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Eight Nights With Mr. Gold, Epilogue

Originally posted by thedisneydiaries

Summary: The town of Storybrooke is devoted to Christmas, so much so that they revile Mr. Gold for not participating in their celebration. Amid this tension, Belle French discovers that he is actually Jewish and he’s alone on Chanukah. Naturally, she can’t let that stand.

Author’s Notes:  Happy Chanukah and happy reading! Thanks for all the support, I’m so grateful for the response.I expect I might have a Christmas surprise in this verse and I think I’ll probably take prompts or something from time to time. Thanks again. 

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Epilogue

One Year Later

Rona Gold stared up at the lights of the tree, safe in her father’s hands.

“In Australia where your mama is from, Santa has six white kangaroos to deliver presents,” he said softly. “Don’t worry. I’ll get you on the list for reindeer…”

“Rum,” said Belle, coming to scoop up the infant, “we have to get ready to turn on the lights.”

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Eight Nights With Mr. Gold, Chapter Seven

Originally posted by thedisneydiaries

Summary: The town of Storybrooke is devoted to Christmas, so much so that they revile Mr. Gold for not participating in their celebration. Amid this tension, Belle French discovers that he is actually Jewish and he’s alone on Chanukah. Naturally, she can’t let that stand.

Author’s Notes:  Happy Chanukah and happy reading!

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Belle awoke to a text from Ruby.

“They’re here.”

They referred to the film crew from ABC set to take footage of Storybrooke so that the nation could vote to decide if it was the most Christmassy town… in America. She woke up and started getting dressed, her blue sweater and jingle bell pin a festive compromise. A survey of the pawn shop reveled the the horrible graffito was gone replaced by lights spelling out “Happy Chanukah” and light-up Stars of David.

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