My name is Jack Frost, though I'm most often refereed to as "Old Man Winter", or The Hobo King. Not very polite, but eh, kids are kids. I may or may not have a slight, itty bitty drinking problem, but it's not bad.
((Art & Idea by ionahi, go check her out! (yes I asked permission) Can be NSFW, but I'm not that good a straight stuff. I track the tag WhiskeyFlakes and Oldmanwinterfrost))
i’m not changing my password. if my blog gets taken it gets taken and i can finally be free of this hell
Home - Gabrielle AplinWith every small disaster
I’ll let the waters still.
My character has faked their own death and run away. To find out how they would react to your character appearing on their doorstep one night months later, send me: “A ghost of the past is here to haunt you.”
It started as a normal day, wake up early, go to work, come home relatively early, eat dinner at the little, secluded two-person dinner table. The only difference was the storms (he had gotten used to these, they were quite common where he lived now) had knocked out his power, leaving him no choice but to light candles and oil-lamps.
The forty-five-year-old now sat, slouching back in his chair and sighing softly, staring at his plate, which was clean of the food he had prepared himself. He was about to get up and put the plate into the sink where he would wash it later, but the doorbell interrupted the short trip to the kitchen sink.
Setting his plate down, Winter grabbed one of the oil-lamps and walked out into the main hallway. It was far darker in here than in any other part of his house, he didn’t expect visitors so he put no candles in the mud room. realizing his mistake, he set the lantern on the small table in on the right side of the room, the doorbell ringing once, twice again in an impatient way.
"I’m coming, I’m coming." He sighed, unlocking the set of locks he had put in place to open the door-
-to see piercing green eyes staring directly into his own. Winter felt himself loose a few shades in pallor, gulping nervously at what he had tried to leave behind.