|I REALLY LOVE JACK FROST I KNOW HE IS OUT THERE I BELIVE IN HIM FOREVER|
Winter's Frost VII (Male!Elsa x Reader)Winter's Frost VII (Male!Elsa x Reader) by BlackFang-124
Lugging my equipment down the halls, I determinedly dig my feet in the ground with each step, taking care not to damage the carpet, as I lift my feet carefully, trying to find the balance between conventionality, and being conservative.
But again, habits die hard, bad or good, and living in the castle, Kai and Gerda had taught me how to do many of the tasks of the other servants, those mannerisms had been ingrained deeply within me, even if I certainly wasn't as nearly as skilled as many of the loyal servants of the castle.
Carefully I lifted up the luggage, making sure not to ruin the floors. Besides... little things that wouldn't matter to most people, mattered to me, not because of only my learning, but because I grew up here too. And these precious corridors, rooms, and windows are reminders of my childhood, memories that I treasured deeply.
Surprisingly, I make it halfway there, but there's still a considerable distance I need to cover. Still this isn't anything. At
After Winter Comes Spring Slight! [Jack Frost x Reader]After Winter Comes Spring by Lyli-in-Wonderland
It was the end of his season; he could feel it in his bones. Soon, he would have to move away from his friends to deliver occasional snowflakes on the extremities of the globe. Maybe he would stay with North for a while.
“Yeah... That should do it...” The winter spirit thought.
Jack Frost has never been one to like hot temperatures. It was against his nature. However, when it was time for his retreat, until the next snowfall, only one figure came to his mind year after year. Spring. He would have to leave the Earth in her good care.
He never officially met her. Bunnymund had always been the one to praise her beauty and talent. That was probably why he never had the chance to see her in person; because she was under the furry Guardian’s protection. It was understandable as both of them were incarnations of hope.