Bryn Tomlinson Fable for Wk 3 assignment .doc

Shed helped out again and her friend was so grateful

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She’d helped out again, and her friend was so grateful, but of finding her own place, she was becoming more doubtful. [Type here]
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As night started fading, giving way to the dawn, she flew to her branch and let out a yawn. She cried, “Mama, I’m feeling so tired, so blue, and I have yet to find my own job to do.” Her mother just smiled as she pulled her in close, and said “you just can’t see it, but it’s under your nose.” “What do you mean?” she asked, most sincere, “I really am curious, and can’t wait to hear.” Her mother had heard of her adventures that day and discovered the talent which Pipi displayed. “You may not be the best flyer, or sitter, your maps may just look like the trees are all withered. But you have a talent that speaks for itself, though you may not see it, or set it up on a shelf. Not many bats, be they large or small, could step in and help, not just one, but all. You really are special, so important and sweet, and without you today, then three would be beat!” Pipi thought for a moment, could this be true? I am special, and talented too? I helped find what was lost and make sense of chaos, I’d settled down rebels and done it all very well. Perhaps mama’s right, I do have a talent, helping others feels great, and is just as important! [Type here]
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Sometimes your gift is hard to find, but that doesn’t mean that it puts you behind! Follow your heart, and help others too, for someday the help, might be needed by you! [Type here] Retrieved from: https://www.pinterest.com/ginitagajdos/animals/?lp=true
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