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National Good Neighbor Day
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Mrs. Nelson's Neighbor
By Kathleen W. Redman
1 Mrs. Nelson lived in a little blue house. She had pink roses in her yard. She had a pretty white porch. Her little black dog liked to lie on the porch.
2 Mrs. Nelson liked her little blue house.
3 She liked her pink roses.
4 She liked her pretty white porch.
5 She liked her little black dog.
6 There was only one thing wrong. Mrs. Nelson was lonely.
7 She had five children. They were grown. They lived far away.
8 Her neighbors were nice. They were very busy, though.
9 They did not have time for Mrs. Nelson.
10 Mrs. Nelson had tea and cookies every day. She wanted to share them with someone. She wanted to talk to someone.
11 No one came to talk to Mrs. Nelson. She was very lonely.
12 On Monday Mrs. Nelson found a card in her mailbox. It was very pretty. It had roses on it. They were pink. Someone wrote, "I like you and your little black dog." Mrs. Nelson smiled.
13 There was no name on the card. Who sent it?
14 On Tuesday Mrs. Nelson found a vase of flowers on her porch. The flowers were red and white. They were very pretty. Mrs. Nelson smiled.
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