Today I was in my room taking a nap when I heard some sounds coming from the closet.
It sounded like muffled cries for help. I decided to investigate.
I went in the closet and turned on the light. To my horror, I saw many many stuffies trapped in a plastic prison. What cruel and unusual punishment!
“HELP US! PLEASE! HELP! SOMEONE, ANYONE! LET US OUT!” they cried.
I had to get them out.
Using all of my little bear strength, I moved the box out of the closet. Then I opened the lid.
And then I climbed to the top.
“My name is Ajdin Adilovic,” I said. “I’m here to rescue you.”
“YAY!” they cheered. I then explained the evacuation procedure to them.
The first to come out of the box was a frog.
“Ribbit,” he croaked.
“Jump down and I’ll catch you,” I said.
So he did.
The next was an eagle.
“I have wings. I can fly down,” she said.
One by one, the stuffies came out of the box. I caught them one by one (the birds flew down separately).
“FREEDOM!” they cheered. They gave each other hugs and high fives. But there were still more trapped in the box.
I had more work to do. I helped more bunnies, dogs, tigers, mice, foxes, giraffes, elephants, cats, chipmunks, kangaroos, snakes, crabs, snails, turtles, leopards, sharks, lions, chickens, roosters, dragons, octopi, zebras, monkeys, geckos, swans, ducks, ostriches, flamingos, penguins, ladybugs, spiders, dragons, unicorns, and fellow bears out of the box.
Finally, all of them were out of the box. They gathered around me in a big circle.