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Twilight Sparkle's coronation was just over a month ago. Organizing Winter Wrap-Up back in Ponyville kept the longing questions of what she was to do next at the back of her mind for a while, but now that's passed as well. Spring is here, and everything seems the same...

Princess Celestia knows that they could be facing a big problem if they cannot figure out how to create more of Snowdrop's special stars. She devises a plan which seems somewhat absurd -- go back in time and retrieve the little filly, then bring her back to the present time, over a thousand years past where she belonged. Her faithful student and newest princess, Twilight Sparkle, seems like just the pony for the job. If she keeps Twilight and Snowdrop together, the new alicorn might just learn a thing or two.

The magic required to pull off the feat will be difficult, but it's their only chance. Celestia begins to write a letter to call her old student to Canterlot, hoping she will be up to the task.

This story is inspired by and based around the tale of Snowdrop, a blind filly who changed how everypony thought of winter on the centennial anniversary of the Princess' rule over Equestria, at the 100th Spring Sunrise. The idea of Snowdrop was taken from Silly Filly Studios' fantastic fan animation of the same name, which can be found here.

Some parts of Chapter 3 are somewhat sad, but I intend for most of this story to be fun and happy, and will not be tagging it as a sad fic. The scenario in which the majority of the story (which begins in Chapter 4) kind of required this sad portion to be put in. Some of the recollection of Snowdrop's tale in Chapter 2 is purposely inaccurate (This is partially explained in Chapter 3).

This is the first time I've ever ventured down the path of writing fanfiction, so I apologize if it's not up to snuff. I feel like I write too much. Do I write too much? Any thoughts or comments would be appreciated.

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