Ugly Sally – Christmas Story

“Thank you for coming to the Christmas Building to spend your Christmas holidays,” said Lost Christmas Tree, seeing Ugly Sally walking toward him. “It is nice to have you here.”

“Thank you!” screamed Ugly Sally. “I am so excited to be here.”

“You are the last resident for this Christmas,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “We have a full house again. 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 acceptance,” said Ugly Sally. “I know that I am ugly and I know I have been a handful for my adoptive parents to raise but, they accepted me into their home, into their lives and into their hearts with unconditional love. To me, that says a lot about the type of people they are. As for doing a good deed, I have been helping others with challenges, become accepted. I love the work I do with these people. It is satisfying and fulfilling.”

“That is absolutely amazing,” said Lost Christmas Tree, handing Ugly Sally her Christmas gift. “Merry Christmas!”

“Thank you, “said Ugly Sally. “Merry Christmas to you too!”


Moral of this Story:

  • We should be more acceptable to people that are different than we are.
  • Example: Ugly Sally helps people who have challenges, become accepted.

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