Upstairs Downstairs: A Tale of Two Stories
Hi, I'm so glad you're here!Grab a cuppa and a comfy chair and let me tell you about Marmalada Mouse's everyday adventure. She began life as a downstairs person, living with the Burjanavetti family on the main floor of their house. But, after she was no longer new and the children had outgrown her, she was packed in a box and taken to the attic where she joined other throw-aways. As it turned out, they all managed to make a life for themselves up there in the rafters, but Marmalada Mouse just couldn't get downstairs out of her mind. She missed living among bouquets and paintings and decorations and furniture arrangements. So she set a goal to make her own "downstairs" right there in the attic. And in her attempts, she discovered some very important truths: 1) A goal without a plan can get you into a jam.2) Then it takes a plan just to get out of the jam.3) But, even when you do the right things, things don't always turn out right.4) Nevertheless, doing right becomes its own reward and it opens the door to life's good surprises.
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