Jillianjohns presents

It all began on a snowy day, only two days before Christmas. Walking down the street was an orange dog with a black nose and ears, three strands of hair, and a cream muzzle, wearing only a dark brown jacket, a matching fedora with a black ribbon, a white dress shirt, a black necktie, and an orange scarf with yellow hairlines. His name was Doggie Daddy.

"I suppose it all started with the snow," said Doggie Daddy, as he continued strolling through a busy city, which happened to contain a lot of shoppers preparing for Christmas by going out shopping. "You see, it was a very special kind of snow."

He showed the viewers a man named Cloud Strife, who was sitting by himself while selling Christmas trees. "A snow to make the happy happier..." As Doggie Daddy said this, a huge smile formed on Cloud's face.

"...and the giddy even giddier." Doggie Daddy went on, as he showed the viewers another man named Barret Wallace, who was carrying a lot of presents for his children. On the word "giddier", Barret leapt off the curb and clicked his heels together, laughing.

Then Doggie Daddy showed the viewers a man named Professor Utonium coming home from work, with Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup flying towards him to give him a hug. "A snow to make the homecoming homier and natural enemies friends, naturally." Doggie Daddy went on. On the next part, a gray bulldog named Butch barked at another man named Cid Highwind, who was delivering mail and shaking in fear due to Butch's barking. Suddenly, Cid and Butch realized Doggie Daddy said the word "friends". So both Cid and Butch smiled, and Butch snatched the letter from the man with his teeth. Then Cid left, with Butch following him.

"For it was the first snow of the season," Doggie Daddy continued, as he showed the viewers a school. "And, as any child can tell you, there's a certain magic to the very first snow...especially when it falls on the day before Christmas. For when the first snow is also a Christmas snow, well, something wonderful is bound to happen!"