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Written by: Sayuri Daniela
Once upon a time, there was a really pretty princess named Karla. She had red hair and liked to dance with her red shoes and dress. She was really happy because it was going to be her birthday the following day and it would be a really funny and special day for her.
For her birthday, her mother wanted to give her a new red dress, but there were no red dresses left in the shop, and Karla started to cry.
“Don´t cry, my little girl. We will buy you a dress as soon as we can and you will look gorgeous”
The princess understood the situation and trusted her mother. From that day on she has learned to be patient and not to cry over every single thing, that wasn’t right.
Some days later, she had her reward as she finally got her new red dress.
The moral of the story: Don’t cry about every little thing, because sometimes it makes no sense, and if you are patient you will get your reward.
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