Tanner toad greets a new friend with the customary “Hello!” Since the other toad doesn’t respond, Tanner tries a different approach.
Hello everyone! We hope you enjoyed our new story “Batty Dragon” on Monday. Now, welcome to Favorite Friday! Sometimes we like to listen to our favorites again. Please enjoy “Hello!” and we’ll be back with a new story on Monday!
Final 3 Dragon Breaths: 7:36
It was time for a break in the shade. Tanner knew where to go, his favorite spot under the ferns. There was enough shade there to cool off, with a little bit of sunlight filtering through the airy leaves. So, off Tanner hop, hop, hopped over to the ferns. When he got there, he saw another toad in his spot, facing away. Tanner hadn’t seen this toad before, and became excited. Maybe he would make a new friend! Eagerly the little toad hopped over to the fern and said, “Hi! I’m Tanner!” The other toad stayed in place with his back to Tanner. Tanner felt sad the toad was ignoring him and then annoyed. Why did this toad think he could sit in Tanner’s favorite spot and then ignore him. That was just rude. Tanner decided he would tell the other toad how he felt, when suddenly there was a big rumbling sound.
A truck drove by on the street. It was so loud, that it hurt Tanner’s head. He held a big leaf over his head to block the noise and watched the truck go by. Tanner felt relieved after the loud noise rumbled away, and sighed. Then he looked back at the other toad, who was still facing the other direction. Now Tanner was puzzled. That was a really loud noise, why hadn’t the other toad even looked? Could the other toad hear it?
Today’s Meditation: Imagine floating in a tranquil pool, safe and relaxed, as the water rocks you gently.
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