“Scrunchie Monster,” said Lost Christmas Tree, seeing Scrunchie Monster approach him. “It is very nice that you are spending Christmas at the Christmas Building this year.”
“I am looking forward to being here,” said Scrunchie.
“I can’t help notice you are still walking with your head to the ground and your behind up in the air, “said Lost Christmas Tree. “Is that really comfortable?”
“It is for me,” said Scrunchie.
“I should try it,” said Lost Christmas Tree, starting to bend over.
“I don’t think that is a good idea,” said Scrunchie. “All your decorations will fall off.”
“Yes,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I do suppose that is true. I do want the tell you that I am having a problem with Christmas this year. I feel Christmas is lost to me. I have gifts for all the residents in the Christmas Building but I don’t feel right handing them out. I feel that some of the Storyland characters don’t 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?”
“Christmas, to me, is all about keeping healthy during the holiday season and showing others how to do the same. For a good deed, I have been helping my Aunt Mabel stay healthy. She is 87 years old. By using my method of walking, Aunt Mabel and I have been able to go dancing a couple nights per week.”
“That is amazing that you take your 87 year old aunt dancing,” said Lost Christmas Tree, handing Scrunchie his Christmas present. “Many Christmas.”
Merry Christmas to you too,” said Scrunchie. “Thank you for the gift.”
Moral of this Story:
- Grade 4 Level
- Scrunchie Monster
- Lost Christmas Tree
- Christmas Stories
- Christmas Story Wheel Challenge 2019