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Anwesha Sahoo

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Anwesha Sahoo

Abstract Children Stories Others


Picture Perfect Family

Picture Perfect Family

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Manuel and Aneesh have been friends for ages. They also have their own perfect family who are different from each other.

Manuel lives with his family in a house that was built by his great-grandfather whereas Aneesh wass an orphan who made the orphan kids his family. 

During the holidays Manuel invites Aneesh over to his house to have dinner in front of the bonfire. After dinner, Manuel and his family would take some food and distribute it in the orphanage where Aneesh stayed. The family also donated a few of their children's old clothes to the orphans to keep them warm during the cold winter.

Every year both Aneesh and Manuel's family would go into the woods and find the perfect tree to chop down and decorate. Every year the tree chosen would be bigger than the previous year. all of the orphan kids would have a lot of fun decorating the tree. 

Spending time with those who didn't have much to share were still happy together. It never mattered to Manuel and his family that the orphans didn't give them any fancy gifts, they were even happy if the orphans gave them a smile and a hug to express their happiness.

Manuel and Aneesh now both had two families who were picture-perfect together.

Each year as the boys kept growing and the orphanage had new children coming in while old moved out into better families. The tradition still kept going.

Even after the boys grew old their children and grandchildren kept the tradition alive and it had been going on for over 50 years and it will be until all the children in every orphanage were given personal comfort by families who would adopt them.


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