The Snake and Her Scales (Angie Galo)

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  • Snake brags about her scales.
  • "I am the most beautiful creature out here. Just look at my BEAUTIFUL scales!"
  • ...
  • Lizard warns her about bragging.
  • "You should not brag about your scales, snake. Who knows, maybe one day you will lose them."
  • "Stop talking nonsense, lizard. We both know that will never happen!"
  • A few days later...
  • A Few Days After That....
  • Snake brags to her good friend Lizard about how beautiful her scales are.
  • Snake becomes "ugly"
  • "AHHHHH!!! I'M HIDEOUS!!! DON'T LOOK AT ME!!! I HATE MY SCALES!! WHAT EVEN IS THIS COLOR?!?"
  • Lizard warns Snake about the consequences of bragging, but Snake does not follow his advice.
  • Lizard forgives Snake for Bragging
  • "I told you not to brag, snake! But don't worry, I never liked you because you were pretty, I liked you because you are a true friend, even though you brag a lot. What matters is that you are beautiful on the inside, not the outside. I would gladly still be your friend!"
  • "You were right! I promise never to brag again! And thank you for staying my friends, even though I'm not beautiful anymore.."
  • A few days after Lizard warns Snake about bragging....
  • Moral of this story
  • In conclusion, the moral of this story is, "What is on the outside does not matter. What does matter is on the inside."
  • Snake learns she was wrong and that Lizard was right about bragging being bad.
  • "Snake? Is that you...?"
  • Lizard forgives Snake for bragging and the two reptiles remain friends. Snake also learns that beauty is not everything in life.
  • Moral: What is on the outside does not matter. What does matter is on the inside.
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