Stories of Heroes: Story Two

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. June Parker lived in a house on the north side of the city. She was getting ready to take a drive to Madison, Wisconsin when the city was hit with a hard blizzard. She did not know what to do. She had a birthday card that she was going to take to her aunt, but the blizzard blocked her car in. She was helpless.

In the meantime, a man named Tyrone Jones was watching a movie with his family at his home. He got a feeling that someone needed him. He told his wife and kids, “Look! I need to go to the bathroom. You will have to watch the rest of the movie without me.”

He left the living room and snuck into the secret compartment of the house. He went to put on his clothes and said, “This is a job for Mailman.”

Mailman got into his mail truck and drove through the driving blizzard to June Parker’s house. He went into the house and said, “Mailman at your service.”

“Oh Mailman,” said June, “this birthday card must get to my aunt in Madison, Wisconsin.”

“No problem,” replied Mailman. “It will get there in no time.”

“Thank you, Mailman,” said June. “You’re my hero.”

Mailman got into his mail truck and drove through the driving blizzard all the way to Madison, Wisconsin. The farther he drove, the harder it snowed. It snowed harder and harder, but Mailman was determined to deliver the mail. After a hard drive through the hard blizzard, he arrived at the house and gave the card to her aunt and said, “Happy birthday from June.”

“Thank you, Mailman,” said June’s aunt. “You have made my day.”

Mailman went out of sight.  Another day was saved by Mailman.


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