One day, there was a boy named Fausto who wanted to play a guitar, but did not have the money to buy one.
Mom, can I get a guitar?
Money doesn't grow on trees.
I'll mow laws for money!
Oh yeah, it's winter.
Fausto asks his mom if he can get a guitar.
Fausto hops on his bike and rides to another section of Fresno. Fausto then encounters a dog.
This dog looks like it's owned by rich people...
Where's your owner, dog?
Since, His family did not have the money to buy a guitar, Fausto decided to mow lawns for money.
Fausto returns the dog to the owner. He lies and says that he found the dog by the freeway.
“I found your dog by the freeway. The address on it’s collar said this was it's home.”
“How kind of you, thank you for returning my dog, he’s very precious to me. Take this $20 dollar bill.”
Fausto then realizes that its winter and nobody would hire him. Fausto returns the mower and takes a rake.
“Do you like it?”
“I love it! I’m going to start practicing right away!”
Fausto had an idea: The dog looked like it was lost, and if Fausto could bring it back to its owners, he might get a reward! He searched for collar. He found one that says Roger. Fausto had never seen a dog with a human name, which startled him.
Fausto takes the $20 dollar bill and gives it away to the church. Then, he returns home.
Fausto’s grandfather Lupe, gave Fausto his guitar. Fausto dreamed of playing on “American Bandstand.”