Hello, everyone! I'm baaaack! I had to create a new profile, but I'm back! For those that remember my stories from years ago, they were mostly about Robin all grown up, and this one is no different. And for those who don't remember Megan, they met as kids and just kept missing each other right as they were about to get together. Anyway, this is just a short holiday story to warm hearts on this festive season. Hope everyone likes it. RING RING!! CHAPTER ONE - GAME ON In which young Robin has a Christmas surprise for the whole family. "There," Robin said. He stepped back to admire his work. A satisfied grin was on his face. He tilted his head to the side, inspecting every last inch of his lights display, until he finally couldn't help but smile. "Perfect," he whispered. For years now, Robin and his Uncle Kermit had engaged in an outdoor Christmas lights battle. Of course, it was all in good fun, and no one ever actually "won," but it brought out the pollywog in both of them to see whose lights would be the brightest or most intricate. The annual Christmas battle- that, and who was going to get the last gingerbread cookie from Piggy- but that's another story completely. Somehow, the spirit of a friendlyand playful competition brought out the best rather than the worst in the two of them, and they always managed to rather go to each other's homes, admire the lights, and sing carols. ( and, of course, fight over the gingerbread cookies.) This year, at the age of 21, Robin had a special element, a secret weapon almost, in his lights display. It was an element that he was sure would be talked about for years to come. Yes, this year, he felt he had really outdone himself, and he hoped beyond hoping that everyone would enjoy it - absolutely everyone. As Robin came around the corner of the house for one last once-over, his cell phone rang. Slightly startled by the sound, he quickly reached in the pocket of his red jacket to answer it. "Hello?.... Well, merry Christmas, nutmeg!" "Nutmeg" was Robin's nickname for his longtime girlfriend, Megan. A vibrant blonde frog, Megan had captured his heart when they were children. Robin fondly remembered the day he told Uncle Kermit she was the only girl he knew that wasn't riddled with "cooties." The two were separated several times by long- distance moves, missed opportunities, and occasionally, other suitors, but they finally found their way to each other as teens, and have been inseparable since. "I- huh? Oh no, I'm just finishing some things, and then we'll go... Sure, your sister can come too, the more, the merrier! And...hm? Well...mm, I suppose her boyfriend can come too, but only if he's on his best behavior. I didn't like the way he talked to her last week at dinner...of course, sweetie...Listen, I've got to get going, but I'll be there this afternoon to pick everyone up, and we'll go. I'll give you a ring later when I'm on my way... (Laughs,) yes, ring ring. ..ok, I'll see you soon.Love you!" Robin hung up the phone with a deep smile on his face. My Megan, he thought. What would I do without her? Let it be said he wasn't in any rush to find out. But he did want to see her face when she saw the great Christmas gift he had in store for her.He was sure it would be classic. For what would truly be the last time, Robin took a glance at the lights, then it was off in his little blue car to meet Kermit for lunch. But, not before he took a shortcut through town so he could catch a glimpse of a lovely mint green house.