Misha the Little Bear

Misha the Little Bear was born in the Ukraine. He was a happy little bear .
 He had his tea and his lucky shell. What more could he need . 
A day came when Misha was packed in a box with his suitcase, shell and tea. 
He was being sent far away to a new home. 
It took many days in the mail, in the dark before he arrived. When the box was finally opened he was scared. 
He was in a strange place where he didn’t understand the language.
He didn’t want to get out of the box.
ACorn was patiently  waiting. Misha didn’t see him sitting there.
Gathering what courage he had left, pulling his suitcase out of the packing material he 
climbed out of the box.
He made it out of the box with his suitcase. He spotted ACorn.
ACorn said welcome. Misha didn’t understand what that meant.
He grabbed his suitcase and ran off.
He dropped his suitcase. It popped open. He didn’t care. He wanted to hide.
He found a nice looking box in front of the flowers. He jumped in.
He was sure ACorn hadn’t seen him. He was wrong.
ACorn stood by the box quietly waiting. Misha thought ACorn seemed nice. He sat up in the box.
ACorn talked to Misha in a soft gentle voice. 
Even though Misha didn’t understand what was being said he crawled out.
 He sat up on top of the box with ACorn.
 Misha had a feeling he would have some fun times with this little squirrel. 
They soon became friends.

4 thoughts on “Misha the Little Bear

  1. So sweet of ACorn to make little Misha welcome and helping him feel safe. I am looking forward to seeing Misha join ACorn in some of his adventures. Really interested in what sort of personality Misha has.

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