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Hearth's Warmin' Eve - Ch. 2 - ''Promises''
Rainbow Dash stretched her wings and silently yawned. It was entirely too early to be awake, a fact made clear to her by the lack of sunlight and the dying crackles of the fire. Still, in the absence of the fire, a welcoming warmth encompassed her, and as she patted around in the darkness, she found herself draped in a thick blanket, which she tightened around herself, resting her head on something soft and warm. Mmm, Applejack, she thought, as her mind started to drift off into a deep slumber once more.
Her attempted return to sleep was short lived, however, as her face was immediately pelted repeatedly with a thin, furry object. Grasping consciousness again, Rainbow noticed that her pillow was not Applejack, but rather Winona, whose tail was the offending object. Shortly after this realization, a slobbery tongue covered every inch of Rainbow's face, leaving thick trails of drool dribbling down onto the floor.
Fuzzy A crash sounded out over Sweet Apple Acresan increasingly common occurrence, and one that Applejack knew all too well by now. Heaving a sigh, she stopped bucking her trees and trotted over to the side of her barn to find her pegasus sitting on the ground, rubbing her head. "Dash, when'll ya learn that the side of the barn isn't a cloud?"
Rainbow Dash cradled her head in her hooves and waited for the pain to subside. "Well... IApplejack?"
Applejack picked Rainbow up off the ground and helped her steady herself. "Yeah?"
"I... I can't see very well," whispered Rainbow.
"Ya can't... see?"
At this point, Rainbow Dash leaned her full weight against Applejack and pressed her face into the earth pony's shoulder. "I can, just... everything's fuzzy."
Rainbow kicked the ground. "Why do you think I'm not a Wonderbolt yet? And why do you think I crash so much? I'm w
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