Dad bought Lautaro a small mountain for his birthday. The mountain came with a set of tiny miners.
“Be tough and be fair with them, son.”
The miners started working immediately, pushing tiny wheelbarrows of gold, Lautaro’s little fortune. The problem was with the shorter miners, the children.
Tough and fair.
The fair thing to do was stop the work.
And Lautaro did.
The mines closed. The tiny men settled at the bottom of the mountain and built many tiny farms.
A real shame. He would have never wasted an opportunity like this, not even when he was Lautaro’s age.
Written for this week’s Warm Up Wednesday.
Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, Lauti!