To Forgive is DivineIt had stopped snowing at last and the goblins had finally gone home. Sarah smiled at the carnage they had left in her back yard. Footprints in all shapes and sizes marred the perfect white expanse of snow. The scratches in the crust from the formation of snowballs were like hieroglyphs that no one could read. Sarah laughed and touched the nose of the snow-goblin they had built together. She liked her visitors, Hoggle and the goblins were wonderful at cheering her up when she felt homesick, Ludo was an excellent teddy bear surrogate, and there was not a better Scrabble opponent in the world than Sir Didymus. But something was missing.To Forgive is Divine by ~Lady-Cobweb
The wind kicked up, swirling the loose snowflakes through the air, catching the sun like glitter. Sarah shut her eyes to it and adjusted her hat. She gripped the collar of her coat tightly around her neck and headed towards the copse of trees behind her lawn.