3 Works in Dingle (Rise of the Guardians)
Cuando amas, siempre procuras la felicidad del otro, claro que si no te declaras jamas sabras si en verdad eres correspondido, tambien visto como, norte no puede confesar sus sentimientos al igual que conejo
05 Sep 2015
It wasn’t the norm, for an adult to hold onto his or her Belief. In fact, such a thing almost never happened. Most children started to forget, around the end of their preteen years, and the Guardians had learned to accept that. They protected children, after all, not adults. Their strength came from the pure simplicity of a child’s Belief. Adults were too world-weary and skeptical to ever maintain such a thing on their own. It made sense that they would lose so many in the transition between the two.
Ingrid was something of an exception… not because she was special in and of herself, of course, but rather due to an odd series of events.
But one thing inevitably leads to another, and when Ingrid strikes up a fake "deal" with the Boogeyman to help her little sister with her nightmares years later, she doesn't realize that a shred of belief and permission are all the Boogeyman needs.
Belief opens many doors, including ones that probably should have stayed firmly shut.
Starts out cute, fluffy, and a bit slow, but picks up (and grows darker) quickly!
Jack Frost is in the mood, so North's deliveries on Christmas Eve are interrupted by a treat too tempting to resist.