"Fine by me. I’ve got plenty of space on my bed for two." I take your hoof and lead you to my room. "Here we are." I flop down on the bed and toss my hat aside. "Feel free to get comfy."
I casually lay down next to you. “So what’s your name? I should probably ask that if we’re going to be in the same bed together.” I say with a chuckle.
"Gah!" I stare at the blue-eyed pony slightly shocked, but I pat the side of the bed playfully and gesture you over. "Come on and join us friend." I say, giving you a friendly smile.
"Wha…? I don’t know what ‘ya mean! I’m just an innocent little pony." I say, batting my eyelids.
I smile, give you a quick kiss on the lips, and take a drink from my bottle. “Oh, golly. I forgot to set up a bed for you.” I say as I look around the room. “I guess you could sleep on the couch. But…” I smile slyly. “You could always sleep with me… If ‘ya want to.”
"Huh? I’ve never heard of that film. What’s it about?" I ask, slightly puzzled.
I head to the kitchen, pull out two cold beers from the fridge, and head upstairs to your room. “Here ‘ya go.” I say, handing you a beer.
My eyes get misty and I wrap a comforting hoof around your shoulders. “Hey, don’t worry about that. I’m sorry you lost some of your family, but remember. Friends are just like family.” I give you a strong reassuring hug. “I’m practically your family now.” I say with a warm smile.
"Right." We gather the stuff and put it on the train. A few hours later we make it back to Appleloosa, and we take the boxes to my house. "Whew! That was hard work!" I exclaim, wiping sweat from my brow. "I’ll go wrangle us some drinks. You can get settled in your room."
I stop and ponder this question for a minute. “Huh… I’m sure I do. I just have so many cousins it’s hard to keep track.”
Is there a Frozen fandom yet? Because if so, I would like to join it please.
"Mmm, yes. Apples…" I gather as many boxes as I can and load them up near the door. "Alright, this looks like everything. Anything else we need to do while we’re here?"
I smile happily as you hug me, but when I notice you getting teary-eyed, I give you worried look. “What’s the matter?”