Hillbilly Bob – Christmas Story

“Hello,” said Lost Christmas Tree, when he saw Hillbilly Bob walk toward the Christmas Building. “I am so happy you are here.”

“I am too,” said Hillbilly Bob. “This is my first Christmas away from home. I am looking forward to being here.”

“We are glad to have you,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I have been having problems with Christmas this year. It feels like Christmas is lost to me. I have Christmas gifts for all the residents of the Christmas Building but I don’t feel right handing them out. I think some of the Storyland characters don’t know the meaning of Christmas and I don’t think they have done any good deeds this past year. What does Christmas mean to you? What good deed have you done this year?”

“Christmas, to me, is all about family,” said Hillbilly Bob. “Every Christmas, our house has always been full of relatives. No matter what problems we might have with each other, we leave them  at our doorstep and we get along with each other. Normally, by the end of the holidays, we have all forgotten why we were mad at each other. As for doing a good deed, I have helped several elderly people in town with their groceries. I have also helped them setup their Christmas trees and helped decorate their apartments.”

“That is certainly a very kind gesture,” said Lost Christmas Tree, handing Hillbilly Bob his Christmas gift. “Merry Christmas!”

“Thank you,” said Hillbilly Bob. “Merry Christmas to you too!”


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Christmas should be all about family.
  • Example: Hillbilly Bob’s family leaves their issues with one another at the doorstep and get along with each other over the holidays.

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