Winter Wonder

“Fawn,” said Spot. “Take a look out the window.”

Fawn was nice and comfortable in his chair, wrapped up in his nice warm blanket. He didn’t feel like getting up.

“I don’t want to get up right now,” said Fawn. “I am nice and warm and comfortable.”

“But Fawn,” said Spot. “It is so beautiful outside.”

Fawn got up and took a look. He had to admit that it was beautiful outside. The ground was covered in snow and big flakes were falling from the sky.

“Look at all that snow,” said Fawn. “It does look so beautiful out there.”

“It certainly does,” said Spot.

“Okay,” said Fawn, getting up from the chair and dropping his blanket on the floor. “Let’s go and build a snowman.”

“Sure!” exclaimed Spot. “But I thought you didn’t want to get up.”

“I didn’t,” said Fawn. “Until I saw all the fresh new snow out there.”

Fawn and Spot went outside and they played in the fresh white snow for at least an hour. Then, Ricky and Jenny Hansen came outside to join them. They had a lot of fun building their snowman from the fresh white snow that was all around them but the best part of all was when Mrs. Hansen had prepared hot chocolate and marshmallows for them.


Moral of this Story:

  • Enjoy the snow while you can.
  • Example: When Fawn saw how nice the snow looked outside, he wanted to go build a snowman.

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