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31 December 2013 @ 11:33 pm
Fic: ‘Tis the Season: Writing to the Hogfather.  
Title: ‘Tis the Season: Writing to the Hogfather.
Fandom: Hogfather (TV)
Rating: (G)
Time Period: After events in Hogfather.
Summary: Susan writes a letter.

Author's Note: This is quick ‘n’ dirty (for definition see the F. A. Q.).

That was a pretty disturbing image: Albert dressed as an elf, rolling his own.


Disclaimer
All characters contained herein are the intellectual property of Terry Pratchett and Vadim Jean (his interpretation); I am not affiliated with nor endorsed by them.


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People, she decides while walking through the house, are the worst when it came to candles. They seemed to put candles everywhere, she thinks while blowing out the candles on a wreath. However, she takes a candelabra, lights its candles with a lit one before blowing it out and goes to the nursery where she sits down, the candelabra providing flickering light nearby.

Pulling pen and paper toward her, she dips the end of the quill into the ink and begins to write. She scrapes the excess ink back into the small jar first.

Dear Hogfather,

Please don't let Grandfather wear the beard again. A skeleton wearing a false beard is quite disturbing as is an elf who rolls his own. If you must die, just die and don't let Grandfather try to build belief in you again; it was
quite disturbing.

I wish you well and hope this letter finds you very well indeed.

Sincerely,
Susan Sto Hellit


She puts the quill in the ink and regards the letter, slowly. It should do, she thinks, to explain the situation.

Maybe another, longer letter, she wonders as she sets the letter down, will be better to explain how bad it was to see her Grandfather wearing that false beard.
 
 
 
Armchair DM: Matt's Cats: New Toy!armchairdm on January 1st, 2014 08:36 am (UTC)
Oy vey....

It was for a good cause!

The beard that is. Not rolling his own.
F. J.: shalowater: golden candlesmorethanacandle on January 1st, 2014 09:56 am (UTC)
It was; Albert rolls his own anytime, really.