A delightful children's story of a young boy who enjoys his grandmother's imaginative story of 'Saving Bluebell' a tiny blue girl that fell from the Bluebells in her garden. He knows the story word for word as he has heard it many times in the past. It still warms his heart each time he hears it.
Saving Bluebell is the not only the tale of one tiny little blue girl with wings that had fallen from Grammy's Bluebell flowers but it is a tender story of a moment in time in which one grandmother shared a bedtime story with her little grandson.
“There was the tiniest little girl, the size of my pinkie finger. She had wings and her whole body was the color blue. I was a little scared at first but I could see one little tear falling from her eyes and I felt sorry for her.”
Xavier looked sad, sticking out his little lip, as he began to feel sorry for this little girl too.
“You picked her up right Grammy? You picked her up in your hand,” asked Xavier.
Looking down at Xavier, Grammy replied, “Yes, I gently picked her up and held her in my hand.”
Grammy knew that Xavier loved this story and as many times as she had shared this tale, the ending was the very best part. Xavier held onto every word.