Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 142
“Without your pretty new sweater?” She asked me.
She bought me a Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
sweater and expects me to wear it for every
Christmas occasion that I attend. I laughed
sheepishly before taking the bag.
“Of course not,” I exited the house and got into my
car, stuffing the bag deep under the seats. I let out a
sigh of relief. Hopefully nobody finds that.
When I arrived at Savannah’s house, it was packed
to the brim with her relatives. We used to have
parties like this when I was younger but it was
usually for my parent’s business deals and other
professional occasions, which meant I wasn’t
allowed to leave my room.
I walked up the steps and was greeted by
Savannah’s father. “You must be the infamous
His eyes crinkled when he smiled and I found myself
smiling back. “Yes, I’m Jonah.”
“I hear that you like my daughter, is that true?” he
asked me with a serious look on his face. I felt myself
gulping. Should I lie to him and get off on the wrong
foot with her father? What kind of question is that? Of
course you can’t lie to him!
I smiled before nodding sheepishly. I felt my face
warm up. “Y-yes.”
The man laughed and patted my back. “Good luck
with her, son.”
I grinned widely. He called me son; that has to be
good right? You’re overthinking things. Oh, right. I
walked further into the house and heard shouting
coming from the far end of the house.
“Jeremiah! Get inside of the house! There is a party
going on; you can make snowmen later!” a woman
yelled and I held back a chuckle.
“It’s actually a snow family!” I assumed she was
giving him a glare because he quieted down. “You
“Yes, Jeremiah,” the woman replied with a tired voice
before she walked in my direction. She smiled at me,
all traces of exhaustion disappearing. “You must be
“That’s me,” I smiled at her and she returned the
“I hear a lot about you,” she grinned and I laughed.
“I hope it’s good,” I responded and she chuckled
“You know what? How about I go get Savannah? It
shouldn’t take her two hours to get into a dress,” she
muttered the latter and I felt my eyes widen. She’s
going to be wearing a dress?
I watched as Jeremiah entered the house, stripping
off of his extra layers. He left his snowy coat out on
the porch before he walked over to me. “Hey, Jonah,
you made it.”
“Didn’t I say I was going to?” I asked with a grin. He
nodded, holding out his fist. I punched his fist lightly
and he snorted, punching my shoulder.
“Did you talk to any of our relatives yet?” he asked
me and I nodded.
“I talked to both of your parents,” I replied and
Jeremiah sighed in relief.
“Thank God you didn’t talk to our Aunt Sy- Hey,
Aunt Sylvia!” he put on a fake smile as he looked at
someone behind me.
“Who is this adorable young man?” the lady grinned
at me. Her hair was brown and short, cut to a bob.
She reached out and encased my cheek between her
index finger and her thumb.
“I’m Jonah,” my words came out slurred and she let
go of my face, asking me to repeat myself. I slowly
rubbed my cheek before I spoke again. “I’m Jonah.”
“Yeah, this is Savannah’s future boyfriend,” I felt my
face warm up at his words but his aunt grinned.