Twas The Before Christmas In ZootopiaTwas The Night Before Christmas In Zootopia
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the whole metropolis of Zootopia not creature was stirring, except the kind little mouses that lives in the small town of Little Rodentia.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that the angel with horns Gazelle would soon be there. The children from big to small, from prey to predators were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of cherry flavored pawpsicles danced in their heads.
And there mother in her nightgown, and I in my pajamas, had just settled in for a long winter's nap.
When out on the roof there arose such a clatter, I sprang to see what was the matter. Away to the window I flew like a flash, tore open the shutter, and threw up the sash.
The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow gave the luster of midday to obkects below, when, what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a miniature sleigh and four big bulky t
A Needed Change
Jason stood in place, stuck in a state of surprise as he stared back into those lovely emerald green eyes. Their beauty captivated him and Ellie’s scent made his heart race. Jason's mind raced to find words to speak, finally settling with. “Ellie, what are you doing here?”
Ellie hesitated for a second before she answered, as if trying to find the right words. “Well, I wanted to thank you properly for saving me. I tried the other day but you seemed to be in a hurry and left.”
“Oh.” Jason answered. “I’m sorry. I just felt like everything was ok and I wasn’t needed anymore.” He explained rubbing the back of his neck. “So how did you mean to thank me?” He asked, looking into her green eyes.
“Well if you would allow me I would like to cook you a meal.
A Needed Change
Judy watched from a crack in her door as Jason and Mr. Big along with four polar bears left the apartment building. Coupled with this development and Jason’s savage state earlier that morning she began to wonder what was going on. She had a bad feeling beginning to grow in the pit of her stomach. Judy eased the door shut and got dressed to begin her shift but she made a mental note to mention it to Nick as soon as they were on patrol and alone. Maybe they could stop by Savana Central Perk for some coffee and a pastry. She would tell him there and maybe he would be able to find out some more info about what was going on with Jason and Mr.Big.
Nearly an hour later after Nick and Judy had began their patrol in savanna central they headed to Savanna Central Perk. It was a cafe/bakery tha
The City of Change: Chapter 26.Chapter 26. "Open secret"
12.04 pm, Sunday, August 20, 2022
When she had no other plans on weekends, Isabelle Alvarez would take a bus to Downtown and go shopping. Given her very limited funds it’d rather be merely browsing through the pretty stuff, hoping to find something really nice really cheap, but she enjoyed it nonetheless, especially considering that she sometimes got discounts just for the sake of her charming smile. She wasn’t very lucky today, but she had her head in her clouds too, thinking of the choices she had made on Saturday night. To abandon her toxic lifestyle, the endless spiral of elevated hopes and disappointments… it wasn’t going to work. It had no right of working. It never had before. Unless… unless. That was the hard part. As much as she hated it, Isabelle needed an advise
The City of Change: Chapter 25.Chapter 25. "Negotiations"
1.33 am, Sunday, August 20, 2022
And so, suddenly the wedding was over. Lionel O’Dyna remained at place to look over the party, but it hardly mattered anymore, for the newlyweds had returned to their home. Duchess, along with her husband William, daughter Olivia and Detectives Wilde and Hopps, was sitting in the kitchen of their house, reading the message for a thousandth time that night. The silence was interrupted only by the two forensics officers working in the kitchen, securing the evidence. Suddenly, the Lady snorted resentfully.
“Ten millions. They really think he’s worth that little to me?” She laughed bitterly, as her paw held Will’s firmly.
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