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|The Forgotten Tractor|
One boy, age 6 had so many tractors that he didn't know what to do with them all. He played with all of them except for one small orange tractor. No one knew why but they didn't bother to ask. One day one of his favorite tractors broke and the boy thought it was the end of the world for him. He was very sad. Two weeks later he decided to play with his tractors again. After awhile he went looking for some plastic grain for his tractors. When he moved one of his stuffed animals he saw something sort of shiny and orange. He moved his crayons and paper. What he saw was his old forgotten tractor. He was excited about finding the tractor because it reminded him of his broken one. It may be rusty and older then my other one but it's still a tractor. The boy thought. It made him sad that he forgot about the small orange tractor all this time. The boy pulled it out very carefully and looked at for a long time. He started to move it around a little and started to like playing with it. 3 years later when you look on the boys favorite shelf you'll see that small orange tractor displaying proudly high in his room watching the boy grow and grow with new interests but the tractor will always know that it'll be the boys #1 toy!
Mandy, Ca, entered 2003-07-29
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