Helping Mrs. Robin

“What is wrong with your wing?” asked Mr. Rubberman, who was enjoying a walk in the woods on a beautiful spring day.

“I slipped on a rock,” said Mrs. Robin. “That was a few days ago. It is just starting to heal now.”

“That must have hurt,” said Mr. Rubberman.

“Oh it certainly did,” said Mrs. Robin. “It is still pretty tender if I move it the wrong way.”

“You have young ones to look after as well,” said Mr Rubberman. “Don’t you?”

“I do,” said Mrs. Robin.

“That must have been a horrible time, with being injured and having a family to provide for,” said Mr. Rubberman.

“Yes,” said Mrs. Robin. “It was very challenging.”

“You know,” said Mr. Rubberman. “I could go back in time and erase that fall for you. At least then your wing wouldn’t hurt anymore.”

“Oh Mr. Rubberman!” cried Mrs. Robin. “I would love that.”

Mr. Rubberman took out his eraser and he went in and erased that event for Mrs. Robin.

Mrs. Robin’s wing was no longer sore. She was so grateful to Mr. Rubberman.

“Thank you so much!” Mrs. Robin cried, giving Mr. Rubberman a huge hug. “How can I ever repay you?”

“Just go take care of those babies of yours,” said Mr. Rubberman.

“I will!” shouted Mrs. Robin. “I will!”


Moral of this Story:

  • It is good to help someone who is injured.
  • Example: Mr. Rubberman erased the event that caused Mrs. Robin to injure herself.

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