A Christmas Carol; The Spirit of Christmas Past

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  • Fezziwig! Dick Wilkins!
  • Hello Ebenezer!
  • It's the thought that counts!
  • Thank you for everything!
  • The Spirit of Christmas Past comes at One and visits Ebenezer Scrooge. He asks why she has come to see him, and she tells him it is because of his welfare. She takes his hand and the Spirit's bell rings softly. They have gone to Christmas Past.
  • We have one more stop.
  • But...but...
  • The Spirit takes Scrooge to a Christmas party from his past. He is overjoyed to see Fezziwig, the man he apprenticed under, and his friend, Dick Wilkins.
  • Goodbye, Ebenezer.
  • Scrooge tells the Spirit that Fezzwig was a great man to apprentice under. The spirit asked if that was only because Fezziwig threw his a small Christmas party. Scrooge told her, and thought to himself, that it was only the thought that counted.
  • Farewell, Ebenezer Scrooge. I hope my visit has been beneficial to you.
  • They leave, and Scrooge gets caught up in his thoughts and asks if they are done with their journey. The Spirit tells him not quite, and that she has one more stop in the past for him. He is irritated and ready to be finished in the past and go home.
  • They are at another Christmas, and this time he id dancing with a woman, a woman he loved. She asks him if he can still love her even if she is not rich, and Ebenezer says nothing, and she leaves him, sad and lonely.
  • The Spirit returns him home and he has learned two valuable lessons. He has learned that it is the thought that counts, and he should never turn his back on his loved ones, even if they are poor.
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