Fred the Farmer – Christmas Story

“Hello,” said Fred the Farmer, walking up to Lost Christmas Tree in front of the Christmas Building. “I am looking forward to spending Christmas here.”

“You are welcome,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I do hope you enjoy your stay. I have been having problems with Christmas this year. It seems like Christmas is lost to me. I feel that some of the Storyland characters do not know the meaning of Christmas and have not done any good deeds this past year. What does Christmas mean to you and what good deed have you done this past year?”

“Christmas to me is all about helping out the less fortunate,” said Fred the Farmer. “I have had my share of years where I wasn’t sure where my next meal was coming from and believe me, that is a horrible feeling. What I have been doing is donating any excess produce I have to the food bank. Then, I have been spending some of my spare time in the kitchen at the homeless shelter, teaching the homeless about the benefits of proper nutrition.”

Lost Christmas wiped tears from his eyes.

“You truly are an amazing person,” said Lost Christmas Tree.

“Thank you,” said Fred the Farmer.

Lost Christmas Tree gave Fred the Farmer his Christmas gift.

“Thank you,” said Fred the Farmer. “Merry Christmas!”

“Merry Christmas to you too,” said Lost Christmas Tree.


 

Moral of this Story:

  • It is good to help the less fortunate during the holidays.
  • Example: Fred the Farmer donates his excess produce to the food bank and spends his spare time teaching the homeless about proper nutrition.

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