What prompted this visit to his deer one, you may ask?
Dylan's mind cast back to the early fall, when such visits were so simple. Life was easy then, and nothing could keep them apart. He and his friend Deerborne saw each other every day.
And then one day, earlier in the season than usual, the snow started to fall.
And it snowed, and it snowed, and it snowed!!!
Deerborne missed Dylan deerly, but the extreme weather had come between them. Deerborne was equipped for the elements, but Dylan was not.
Christmas came and went, and all Dylan could do was hunker down by the fire and dream of seeing his buddy Deerborne again. Dylan kept a special present aside just for him.
Deerborne sadly had no choice but to hold on for deer life until he could see Dylan once more.
Finally, the day came when they could face each other in purrson! The sun had come out and the snow had parted (just like the Red Sea!). "O frabjous joy! Callooh, callay!"
And I'll bet you're wondering what was in that Christmas present that Dylan saved for Deerborne ...
... Why it was a signed picture of Dylan so Deerborne could have a face-to face with him any time he wanted! And the fact that Dylan's deerest wish was to become one himself (a deer, that is) only brought the two friends even closer.
"If yoor not born a deer, like Deerborne, then imitation is da next best fing!" says Dylan sincerely.
And the moral of the story is ...
If someone is truly deer to your heart, you'll always find your way back to each other.