XmasFun Logo
Xmasfun on Facebook
Share this page on:
Home | Music | Videos | Radio | Recipes | Crafts | Random Acts Of Kindness | Games | Trivia | Jokes | Downloads  | Stories | Clipart | Fun

Christmas Lyrics and MIDI Files

Listen To Christmas Music Online

Watch Christmas Movies and TV Shows Online

Fun and Easy Christmas Recipes

Christmas Crafts for All Skill Levels

Share your Random Acts Of Kindness with us

Word Search

Slide Puzzle

Concentration

Word Scramble

Santa's Deep Freeze

Penguin Push

And many more...

Songs

TV/Movies

Rudolf

A Charlie Brown Christmas

A Christmas Story

Miscellaneous

Fun Games and Screensavers

Fonts

A Charlie Brown Christmas

The Grinch

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer

Watch Classic TV Online

A Christmas Carol

Night Before Christmas

Luke

Virginia

The Dime

Free Christmas Clipart and Images

Cartoons

Poems

Jokes

Santa Names

"Merry Christmas" in other languages

Tongue Twisters

The Latest Christmas News Stories

Search The Web For Christmas Stuff

Links To Other Fun Christmas Stuff


Share this page on:

Like us on Facebook!


Share Your Random Acts Of Kindness

The Little Tree

Written by Bobbie Kimmel

The snow was beginning to fall. A little porcupine
was scurring deep down in the forest. He was
trying to get to his burrow before the snow covered
all the deep woods.

He heard a small scuffled sound. He looked to see
what it was. There to his right, was a little trail
that led deeper into the woods.

He ventured to see where the sound was coming
from.

He went a little farther, and there it was, a little
ever green tree, crying. What's your problem little
tree, asked the porcupine?

The little tree looked up. H was so sad, I'm lonesome,
said the little tree. All my family have been taken into
town to be Christmas Trees, but I was too small. I
don't have anyone to talk to. I'll talk to you, little tree,
said the porcupine.

Thank you, said the little tree, but I miss my family.

Then they heard a loud noise. It was a snow mobile.
It came over to where the little tree, and the porcupine
were standing.

Two young boys got out, and came over to where
they were. They looked at the little tree.

Hey Charley, I think this one will be just fine. I think
you are right Jimmy, He looks perfect.

The little tree was filled with joy, this would be his
best Christmas ever, for now he was a real Christmas
Tree.

The little porcupine, scurried on to his burrow, calling
out to the little tree, MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Contributed By Bobbie Kimmel


  Digital Widgets, LLC  

 © 1998-2012 Digital Widgets, LLC. All Rights Reserved