The snow crunched nicely under my fuzzy slippers as I stepped out of Grillby's into the biting cold outside. It was snowing, and the air was especially frigid. I was used to it though. I turned towards home and trudged onwards, gazing at the falling white flakes as they drifted gently down from the grey sky. Snowdin was such a small town but whenever it snowed it suddenly seemed twice its size. Blue Bear was coming my way with another present for the tree in the town square. He spent a lot of time doing that, it seemed. "Hey Sans! How are you?" "I'm great, thanks. Just going home to tell my bro a new pun I came up with!" "Ok man, take care." "You too."
Blue Bear turned and set off for the tree again, some 50 feet behind me. As we continued on our ways I started to feel the cold crawling into my bones. I shivered and lifted the furry hood of my jacket over my head and pulled up the zipper, but before I could get moving, a tiny sob broke the glassy silence. My heart jumped in m