Alaina Snow: The Guardian

Alaina Snow is like Jack Frost. She can make winter appear, Snow to come, Ice Cicles to form... All of it... So can Jack Frost... Alaina isn't happy to meet Jack at first, but later on, she warms up to him alot.


6. Being Nice... More Or Less

Somehow/Sometime after I barged out of the work-shop I ended up running, instead of flying.

I ran and ran until I saw an edge. I slowed to a stop and sat on the edge of the cliff, with my legs swinging back and forth over the cliff edge infront of me.

I sat there for what seemed like hours just thinking about all this guardian crap.

I heard humming. Or buzzing, whichever.

Maybe it's a giant guardian eating bird. I thought. "Go ahead," I said without looking back. "Kill me, I didn't want to be a guardian anyway."

Instead, nothing happened. I looked back and found the flying tooth fairy.

"Can I help you with something?" I asked.

"No," She admitted and sat down next to me.

"Then why are you here?" I snapped.

She shrugged. "You looked like you needed someone to talk to."

"I don't have anything to talk about," I said.

"No, but I do," She said. "I miss being human."

"I don't even remember anything," I said staring at the frozen lake below me.

"I remember running out of the work-shop and sitting in this exact spot." She sighed. "I didn't want to be a guardian either, I missed my family... my job... my boyfriend," She chuckled.

"How did you deal with it?" I asked pushing a strand of my extremely white hair out of my eyes.

"It took time," She said. "Trust me, I was angry like you are, but in a while you'll see you can't really run away from it. You just have to face it, and learn how to work with your element."

"Oh," I said in a small voice. "When we were coming to the work-shop today, Jack said you could show me my memories... in my old teeth,"

She gave me a funny look. "They're not in your old teeth, no, you know how children believe in the Tooth Fairy and The Easter Bunny and Santa Claus? They are happy when they think and know we're real. Those are their happy memories, from the time they start believing, and all the way up until they stop believing or until the present time when they are still believing."

"Could you show me my memories? If I have any?" I asked.

She started fluttering her wings and started hovering just a few inches above the ground. "I'll make you a deal, you be a good little guardian and behave during your lessons with Jack, and I'll show you your memories."

She stuck out her hand and I shook it while she helped me up.

We walked back into the work-shop, slowly, The Tooth Fairy knew I wasn't too fond of Jack so we took as much time getting there as we could.

"All better?" Jack asked when we walked in.

I nodded not looking at him.

"Good!" Santa bellowed happily. "Jack, you can start training her today, no?"

He nodded. "I need to show her how to fly on her own." He grinned.

"Goodbye Alaina," The Tooth Fairy hugged me.

"Bye Tooth," I said. "Sometime in a bit, you'll show me, right?"

She nodded. "Be nice to Jack," She whispered and gave me a light push.

No promises. "Come on Frosty, let's go."

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