The Lonely Christmas Tree by Dana Johnston

As I was walking home from school one cold afternoon, I was sad and lonely. My mom and dad were at work and my big sister had moved away to college. I had tried to get my parents to put up our Christmas decorations the past weekend and go pick out our tree, but they were too busy. I started singing Christmas Carols to make myself feel better.

Before long, I saw a tiny little misshapen Christmas tree sitting in the middle of the field. It looked like someone had cut it down and then decided they didn't want it.


Created with images by alicia bramlett - "christmas tree planted"

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