The pair finally finished the last tune, and then scurried off in the light of noon. A bus took the guitarist to the next stop on his tour, what happened to the bum really I'm not sure. But there are many bars and local dives not too far a five minute drive.
Krampus tucked into sleep snuggled up in a sheet, but with all his fur there was plenty of heat. The monster dreamed deep of not beating kids. He just wanted a pretty witch with whom he could live. Nothing fancy just quiet and alone, a cabin in the woods they'd call home. If the monster dreamed other things I wouldn't know, I was kept up by the musical show. Krampus was up before dawn the next few days. Still decorating his dog house, he entered a contest that paid.
Idunn too was up early and looked down on Krampus amused, she was glad her neighbor wasn't caged in the zoo. With watching Krampus for so long Idunn had grown brave. The little girl decide to talk to the Knave. She marched down and looked him right in the eye; offered her hand and said "Hi". Krampus was shocked at the little girl's bravado. At first he huffed then finally he said "Hello."
Idunn introduced herself by name waiting politely for the beast to do the same. When Krampus finally did it was curt. Idunn was not being afraid, the monster felt a little hurt. But she kept at him with a smile and the innocence of a child. Krampus temper turned more mild.