Many Thanks

Thankful Thomas and his wife, Dorothy were just about to sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, when they heard a knock at their door.

“Quincey!” exclaimed Dorothy, when she answered the door and saw her granddaughter. “Come on in. I will set another plate. We were just sitting down for our Thanksgiving dinner.”

“Good timing,” said Quincey, laughing. “I am starving.”

“Quincey!” cried Thankful Thomas, when Quincey walked into the dining room. It is good to see you. It is has been awhile.”

“Yes,” said Quincey. “It has but, that is going to change. I am enrolling into law school at the university here in Montreal.”

“That is wonderful,” said Thankful Thomas.

“It certainly is,” said Dorothy.

“I have gotten my life straightened around,” said Quincey. “It is all because you and Grandma believed in me and told me I have potential and to not waste it.”

“We are very proud of you,” said Thankful Thomas.

“Let’s eat!” cried Dorothy.” We have many things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.”

“We do,” said Thankful Thomas.


 

Moral of this Story:

  • It is good to tell someone you believe in them and that they have potential.
  • Example: Thankful Thomas and his wife, Dorothy told their granddaughter, Quincey that they believe in her and that she has potential. Quincey straightened out her life and enrolled in law school.

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