Franny Granny – Christmas Story

“Oh, I am so excited to be here,” said Franny Granny, seeing Lost Christmas Tree outside of the Christmas Building. “This will be such a nice holiday. It has been years since I have spent Christmas away from home.”

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

“To me, Christmas is all about making sacrifices for others, without even thinking twice about it,” said Franny Granny. “That is what happens when you have children and grandchildren. You want to make sure they are taken care of and that they have the best Christmas possible and you do all of that on a very tight budget.”

“I never thought of that, ” said Lost Christmas Tree. “However, you are correct. Parents and grandparents do make sacrifices and that don’t just happen at Christmas time.”

“It happens all year long,” said Franny Granny. “And, I don’t regret the sacrifices I have made. Both my grandchildren are both very well adjusted.”

“Merry Christmas,” said Lost Christmas Tree, handing Franny Granny her Christmas gift.

“Merry Christmas to you too,” said Franny Granny.


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Parents and grandparents do make sacrifices for their children and grandchildren.
  • Example: Franny Granny told Lost Christmas Tree that Christmas is all about making sacrifices for her grandchildren and those sacrifices, she does not regret making.

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