Hannah's Christmas Part 2Anita looked to the clock. It was just past noon, but a lot of things needed to be arranged before the Christmas dinner would be finished. She figured that it could wait just an hour before she would start on the preparations. So, Anita grabbed her book again and she made herself comfortable on the couch.
"Hannah really loves the snow, she's been outside for some time now." said Victor when he walked into the living room with two steamy mugs.
Anita looked to Victor and she smiled. "It's been a few years since the last white Christmas." she said and then she saw the mugs Victor was holding. "Is that hot chocolate?"
Victor smiled and he gave her a mug. "See for yourself." he said with a teasing smile and he sat down next to her.
Anita grabbed the mug and she smiled. "Thank you." she whispered and she looked to Victor. "Would you please move over a little bit?"
"And why would I want to do that?" asked Victor and he looked at her. She had already that the biggest part of the couch for hers
A Christmas Wedding 2 Part 2Mildred looked to the young couple. She, Victor and Anita were standing near the customs. Victor and Anita were searching for their identifications, so they didn't have to do it when they would be standing in front the customs, they were afraid that they would hold up everybody.
"I just can't wait to be with Mom and Dad again."
Anita just found her passport and she looked to Mildred while she was talking about her parents. "Well, I just hope that the two of you have a safe flight to Knightendale." said Mildred when Victor finally found his passport too.
"We will call you when we got to Knightendale, Mom." said Victor and he gave his mother a hug.
"Alright, I'll see the two of you at Christmas." said Mildred and she gave Anita a hug before they would pass the customs. Mildred would visit them at Christmas, so she didn't have to celebrate it on her own.
"Goodbye, Mildred." said Anita and she walked with Victor to the customs. "Can you believe it, Victor? Just a few more hours and we will
A Volt's Christmas Part 2How could I be so stupid? I grabbed the turkey out of the freezer and placed it on the kitchen table. It looked blue, that couldn't be too good.
"Sydney, is everything alright?" asked Anita when she walked into the kitchen. Then she saw the frozen turkey and she gave me a little smile. "This appears to be the curse of Christmas." Last year, Anita forgot to get the turkey out of the freezer as well and Auntie Mildred remembered just in time to get it out of the freezer. So, I guess there is a curse on the Volt's Christmas.
"Well, let's hope it'll be defrost before dinner." I sighed and I looked to Anita. "Would you mind ?"
"It's Christmas, of course I wouldn't mind." Anita walked to me and she gave me a smile. "So, what do I need to do for you?"
"You could help me with the stuffing." I looked around me. "I believe the ingredients are here somewhere."
Anita started to laugh. "It never changes, does it? Every time you lose the ingredients of the stuffing."
I gave her a little smile.
Jane's Special Gift Chapter 3Jane's Special Gift
I looked around me. I was on the roof for quite some time and I guess I looked like a snowman right now. It was still snowing and I decided to go back to my room and get ready to face my parents again. I flew to my window and I changed my baggy clothes for a somewhat elegant clothes. A few weeks ago, Mom and I went shopping for Christmas clothes, just for fun. But when I saw the red dress, I just had to see if that dress would fit me.
I grabbed the dress out of my closet and I put on the dress. It was just a simple strapless dress with a big black ribbon at the front. I looked into the mirror and I smiled a little bit. I spread my wings and I sighed a little bit. I truly hoped that Stella was right and that Mom and Dad would still love me after the baby was born.
"Jane, could you open the door please?" suddenly sounded from the landing and I walked to my door to unlock it. "Hi, sweetie." Granny gave me a big hug and she looked at me. "Merry Christmas."
Secret TwinsSecret Twins
It was a few days before Christmas and everybody at U.Z.Z. couldn't wait for Christmas Eve. At Christmas Eve was the big U.Z.Z. Christmas Ball and almost everybody had a partner to go with. Almost everybody had a partner. Victor and Anita both didn't have a partner to go with and they knew it from each other, but they were both too scared to ask the other one to go to the party.
The daily morning briefing was just finished and Victor and Anita walked away from the Briefing Room. It seemed to be just another working day, a quiet working day. It was the same every year. It looked like every bad guy took the days off around the holidays. It seemed like every bad guy just disappeared for a week or so. Nobody really mind that there weren't much attacks around these days, because the agents had their own problems. Finding the right recipe, finding the perfect gifts and all the stress everybody felt before Christmas Day.
Victor looked to Anita. She was quiet, a
Weinachten in LondonWeinachten in London
It was a week before Christmas and at the London Airport, there were already a lot of tourists who wanted to celebrate the holidays with family or friends. Or maybe they were just being on vacation, which would be rather strange to be away from family during this 'season of family'.
However, the two women who walked around through the airport, wanted to visit a member of the family they both hadn't see for a long time. They were dragging with their luggage and looking for an exit. The young woman had green hair, which was cut short. She was wearing a pair of circular, horn-rimmed glasses with blue frames. The older woman had short grey hair and she was wearing a pair small, rectangle, red framed glasses. And both of them had never actually been to the London Airport, so it took them some time to find the exit.
"Ist es nicht wunderbar, Großmutter? Wir feiern Weihnachten in London!" said the young woman and she looked to her grandmother. "Dies w
Pretty Little Agent: Part 1Pretty Little Agent
Kowalski opened her eyes. The bedroom was dark, but she was able to look around her. The light of the street lamps was just bright enough to lighten up the room.
She sat up straight and she felt a little bit dizzy and a little bit sick. I shouldn't drink that much last night, she thought and she looked next to her. She remembered how sweet he was. A real gentleman.
Although he was so nice to her, she started to have some doubts about him. Somehow, she didn't fully trust him.
Kowalski lay down again. The next day would be her day off, so she had the whole day to think about how it could ever come this far.
Kowalski ran through the hallways of the UZ.Z. Head Quarters. It was just past nine a.m. and she was afraid that she would be too late for the morning briefing of her team, which happened to be the most important briefing of the day.
It was all the fault of her sky-bike. That darned thing didn't want to start and she was already late.
Just when sh