Complete the story by supplying the adverbs for the 22 blanks that will fit the context of the sentence. Use your imagination to make the finished story an interesting one.Joe 1_____ mopped his brow. Hunting for a Christmas tree had been hard work! He tried to think what Christmas would be like without a 2______ decorated tree. 3_____ he was in another world. He was in the courtyard of an inn. He saw people 4_____ moving about and whispering 5_____ about the unreasonable demands the government had made on them. The night was cool, and everyone was trying to make final preparations for eating and sleeping. Where would they sleep, and how would they feed everyone? In the midst of the hustle and bustle created by all those important decisions, Joe noticed one small donkey 6_____ entering the busy courtyard lead by a 7_____ looking man. There seemed to be an air of watchfulness as the 8_____ weary gentleman lifted a beautiful young lady down from the donkey's back. "Why is everyone staring at them?" Joe wondered. He noticed the lady had an unsteady step and seemed to lean 9_____ upon the arm of her husband. The donkey gazed 10_____, as if watching for someone to lend a helping hand to this special couple. None seemed to care; everyone was dashing about thinking of himself.11_____ the inn-keeper began to shake his head at the man. There wasn't a bed in his inn! They would have to search elsewhere. Joe moved up closer to the man. He heard the man 12_____ whisper to his wife, "Don't worry, Mary, God knows we need a room. He will provide."In that moment Joe knew he must help. What could he do? He thought 13_____ and decided to ask the man if he could wait with Mary and the donkey while the man searched for a room. "That is a 14_____ kind deed, young man. If my wife doesn't find a place very soon she may faint, for she is 15_____ tired!""The inn-keeper has one more stall for the donkey. Maybe you can help by leading the donkey while I help Mary!" 16_____ Joe untied the gentle animal and led it to the back of the inn. The flames of 17_____ lit lamps were swaying back and forth like little gold hands welcoming the weary travelers.The peace of the barn and the warmth from the animals made Joe feel 18_____ comfortable. He listened 19_____ to the couple. "It is warm in here, Joseph, and I am too tired to go anywhere. Do you think the inn-keeper would give us permission to stay together, you, me, and our donkey?""Oh, Mary, 20_____ you know that our special son may be born tonight. Would a cow stable be a fit place for you to give birth to the Messiah?" Joe watched the tired woman and her gentle husband. He knew he must run fast, he must get help. Just then it seemed that his legs were too tired to move, and his arms were so weak, he couldn't lift a blanket.Joe woke up! He was startled to find himself in his own bed. His dream had been so real that it lingered in his mind. He thought about the true facts he had read in the Bible about the birth of Jesus Christ. He wondered, "If my dream had been true, would I have been too tired from hunting for a Christmas tree to do a kindness for the Lord Jesus Christ?"21_____ Joe crept out of his bed and, kneeling beside it, he 22_____ asked Jesus to help him to remember that Christmas without a tree would be nothing compared to Christmas without Jesus Christ.