By Sarah Levesque
Word Count: 4163
Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one?
“Mum! Mum!” the Pevensie children shouted, making their way toward the familiar green cap.
“Peter! Susan! Ed! Lucy!” Mrs. Pevensie said as she gathered them all into a hug. “Oh, I’ve missed you!”
“Dear Addis, wrote Peter,…
Dear Mr. Tumnus, wrote Lucy,…
I’m sorry I abandoned you. It was not by our choice, but Aslan’s choosing that we left….
Susan wrote many versions of one letter, sitting alone in the room she shared with Lucy. She finally finished and burned the other versions, regardless of the cost of paper.
“There was a moment of silence, then Lucy shouted. “He did it! He came! I really, really did it!” She grabbed Edmund’s hands and they began whirling wildly around the kitchen. Lucy let go and crashed into Peter, who caught her. She threw her arms around him and squeezed.”