Merry Christmas from Windemere

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Luke– How are we supposed to do this?

Kira– I think we all say ‘Merry Christmas’ at the same time.

Sari–  Okay!  One the count of-

Fizzle– What Chr . . . is it?

Aedyn– It is an important religious, cultural, social, and economic holiday from Earth.  I have to admit that I feel awkward doing this.

Luke– Is it because the author doesn’t understand the holiday or because you follow a different religion?

Aedyn– No.  I respect all paths.  I am uncomfortable doing this with them here.  *jerks finger at the Lich, Hellfire Elf, and Trinity*

The Lich– We are just as confused as you are, Karwyn.  Joyous events should be left to you people.

Hellfire Elf– The author told us that we have no choice because we apparently have something called fans.

The Lich–  We made an appearance.  Let’s leave.

Trinity– Speak for yourselves.  I smell something delicious.  Uh, where’s Nyx?

Nyx– *incoherent mumbling from mouthful of gingerbread*

Fritz– Wait!  I heard something about mistletoe and I have some here.  *pulls out a fishing pole with mistletoe on the end*  It’s said that a man and woman must kiss if they are standing underneath this.

Nimby– No wonder Bessaria looks worried.  You might want to want where you aim that thing, Fritz.

Fritz– I’m being careful.  *mistletoe passes over Luke and he’s tackled by Sari and Kira*  Oops.  Forgot about that.  Lucky bastard.

Trinity– Guess it’s the season.  *grabs Fritz and kisses him*  There.  Now, what are we supposed to do?

Fritz– I think you put a spell on that.  I can’t feel my lips.

Trinity– Because I did it right.

Luke– We say Merry Christmas to everyone.

Nyx– On the count of three!





Nimby– Isn’t the author Jewish?

Luke– I don’t know.  We’re not from around here.  I had enough trouble trying to figure out that holiday where you’re thankful for your stomach not exploding from overeating.

Fritz– Do you two have to ruin this?

Nimby & Luke– Sorry.  Everyone have fun!

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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16 Responses to Merry Christmas from Windemere

  1. This was the best. So damn creative. Look forward to more this year.


  2. Loved this. Very creative


  3. Wonderful, Charles – lots of fun!


  4. 1WriteWay says:

    This was fun, Charles. I love Nimby’s “Isn’t the author Jewish?” Too funny. Have a happy holiday whatever you and your family do 🙂


  5. Fritz is funny! My brother’s best friend in high school went by Fritz. He was funny, as well.

    Great post. 😆


  6. Papi Z says:

    Well done Mr. Charles!


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