Larry the Lumberjack – Christmas Story

“I am so happy to be here,” said Larry the Lumberjack, talking to Lost Christmas Tree outside of the Christmas building. “Thank you for inviting me to spend the Christmas holidays here.”

“It is nice to have you here,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I have been having problems this Christmas. I feel that some of the Storyland characters don’t understand the true meaning of Christmas and that they haven’t done any good deeds this past year. I have bought Christmas gifts for all the residents of the Christmas building but I don’t feel right just handing them out. What does Christmas mean to you? What good deeds have you done this past year?”

“To me, Christmas is all about giving,” said Larry the Lumberjack. “I don’t have any children of my own so what I do is dress up as Santa Claus and take a big sack of toys to the local hospital so all the children can have a Christmas. It melts my heart to see the looks on the faces of these children.”

“That is such a beautiful thing you do for the children,” said Lost Christmas Tree, wiping tears from his eyes. “Merry Christmas!”

Lost Christmas Tree handed Larry the Lumberjack his Christmas gift. He was starting to feel a little better about the Storyland characters and Christmas.

“Merry Christmas to you,” said Larry the Lumberjack.


Moral of this Story:

  • It is nice to give to children who are sick in the hospital over Christmas.
  • Example: Larry the Lumberjack doesn’t have kids of his own so he takes a big sack of toys to the hospital and hands them out for Christmas.

Further Reading

(Visited 66 times, 1 visits today)