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FanFic - Love is Neverending

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by ReneeLouvier, Apr 10, 2006.

  1. Smiles

    Smiles New Member

    Awww, and by that I mean aww cute and aww that's sad

    I haven't commented in while, I had to play some catch up. And in light of this fact I am not going to bug you for more.

    But you ought to hurry... after all that stick can be very menacing.
  2. Leyla

    Leyla Member

    Oh, i like this story, sad as it is. I like sad stories in general actually, and the ending was very sweet and touching. I hope you keep writing Renee, I miss your wonderful stories... actually, I've been rereading them so I don't forget them while I'm gone. I love that this is a Fozzie story too... he's such a nice bear, he deserves more fanfic attention.

    Great job!
  3. ReneeLouvier

    ReneeLouvier Active Member

    Chapter Twenty

    Early Summer - 2006

    Fozzie stood on the edge of the porch and smiled. He wondered if the Fraggles were going to still be using the hole they had found before. He just smiled again, and walked inside the house slowly. His friends were hanging around the porch and the old red truck, wondering if he was alright.

    "Come on guys. Let's get this place cleaned up." Fozzie said softly to them.

    "Why would you want to get it cleaned up, Fozzie? You know it's nearly an hour drive to just get out here." Scooter replied, frowning softly.

    "Let's just help him, hun." Sara replied, as she stepped out from the car. She had a box of tools in her hands, ready to help repair the old house.

    "You knew about this?" Kermit said, his eyes getting a bit wider, if that were possible.

    "Yes, Fozzie told me he wanted to fix up the house." Sara paused for a moment, and frowned. "Didn't he tell you guys too?"

    "No, he didn't." The frog smiled, and picked up his old white hat, that was in the glove compartment of the truck. "But we'll pitch in all the same, right guys?"

    "Yeah!" Everyone yelled out, as they rushed out in front of Fozzie, ready to fix up the house completely. Fozzie just stood to the side and let them pass him.

    The bear stood with his arms crossed, leaning against the column of the porch's railing. Sara walked over and patted his shoulder.

    "When's the burial, Foz?" Sara asked softly.

    "It...it's already happened." He said, looking away towards the expanse of backyard.


    "I don't know when...but...it was kinda strange. I never..." He paused for a moment, and smiled a soft, strange smile. "Mokey, she's a fraggle..remember? She told me that Pa Gorg helped the Fraggles bury Dad in our backyard..."

    Sara backed up for a second, and looked out into the backyard, with a frown on her face. She looked back at Fozzie who was watching over the backyard himself. The two of them start walking out towards the backyard, and they stop when they get towards the gravesite. There are two graves, side by side. A simple, engraved stone laid on top of each of them. They were underneath a large, expansive oak tree. The branches seemed to go on forever, as they both stood underneath the tree.

    "I never saw them burying them. I thought for a moment, perhaps....Mokey told me that, to make me realize they did care for us, although....although I'd never met Pa Gorg, or Junior...or even his Ma." Fozzie said softly, kneeling down in front of the graves.

    "Maybe...somehow they did do this. We've known that the Gorgs are where they are, and we're where we are." Sara replied.

    "They did do this. I called around, and...no one else buried him." Fozzie frowned, then smiled. "Either way, they're together now."

    "But...what about you, Fozzie?" Sara asked, as she sat down beside him.

    "I'm not a little cub anymore. I...I'm really....gonna miss 'em. But they're okay now." He stood up, and started towards the house, smiling.

    A few of the muppets were sitting out on the backporch, most of them just watching the sunset over the mountains. It was simply beautiful. Words couldn't describe how the mood was over them all.

    A smaller girl muppet leapt off of the porch and went running across the tall, cool grass. She was barefoot, and wearing a pretty light blue sundress.

    "Fozy! Fozy!!" She was yelling, as she went running towards the sweet bear. Fozzie knelt down and scooped her up into his arms.

    "Hey there Renee. You enjoying the house?" He asked gently, smiling.

    "Yeah...it's a BIG house!!" She yelled happily.

    "Well...it's everyone's house." He stated. "Kermit?"

    "Yeah Fozzie??" He asked, perking his head up a bit.

    "Let's move this old house to the city. This'll be the new house for all of us. I'm tired of us living in that old run-down house." He said with a confident grin on his face.

    "What about your parents??" He asked again, with worry lining his brow. "The house will be gone..."

    "They'll stay where they are now. I'm going to turn this land into a place where we can shoot movies, and stuff." He turned to face the sunset over the mountains, and he smiled gently. "Plus...I don't think they'd want to give up this great view either..."

    [The End]
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Awg... Now that's an ending. Forgive me if I go all Toga on this...
    The burial... Hexcellent... And nice to see that the Fraggles and even the Gorgs cared about Doc.
    Fozzie's feelings... Rully well done.
    The sunset...

    And the Muppets fixing up the house... Extreme Makeover Home Edition, great tie-in.

    And wanting to turn it into a giant movie lot... Nice.
    But the last thing... You go and surprise Fozzie with a little girl Muppet named Rene. You sly storyteller you.
    Loved it, hope for something new whenever you get some new inspiration.
  5. ReneeLouvier

    ReneeLouvier Active Member

    I go and suprise him? She's already established as Sara and Scooter's daughter I thought? Oh well, glad you guys liked it!
  6. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Yes... You established that fine... But it was in your Sadie's Stories arc. But it's a great ending, rully liked it.
  7. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Awww, what a nice ending. I really liked all the things you tied in at the end. It was really great. Good work!
  8. Bill Bubble Guy

    Bill Bubble Guy Active Member

    sniff It's a beautiful ending Sara. That's all I can really say. I love the whole thing so much more than words can possibly describe. (wipes eyes and blows nose with hankies)
  9. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    This was a sweet story, adding to the lore of Muppetdom and connecting some little threads that other writers have picked up on in their own retellings.

    15 vonderful volumes.

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