Donner didn’t care for humans. He was much more of a social reindeer, but he didn’t even look at the humans watching him feed. He knew there was nothing to fear from them, and he’d much rather be socialising with other reindeer.
He had flown here looking for the reindeer. Soon he would continue his journey, once he was finished here.
He knew this was the one time of the year that the reindeer had off. Too many elves at the North Pole, no room for the reindeer. That was fine, because most of the reindeer liked to travel.
But in days, the reindeer would have to head back.
Donner ran across the field away from the humans. A few tried to chase him, but he soon outran them, and soon the humans were gone. Donner started ascending into the sky then, sure that he was out of sight from the humans and continued searching.
He was sure, at least, that Blitzen could use his company. Even out here, he always missed the fun. Now that Rudolph led the reindeer, Blitzen was the loneliest reindeer.
Donner hated some reindeer missed out like he didn’t. Since he had nothing to do out here anyway, without all the other reindeer, he would find Blitzen and keep him company…
The weather was getting hotter. Donner honestly didn’t understand why Blitzen would choose Australia of all places to spend his holidays.
He was almost there…
Seventh entry for BlogFestivus