"I have one with Jedi but it's sort of weird."
She reads out the story of a little boy growing up on a barren planet, surrounded by friendly droids and his cheerful old mentor, cautioned never to enter the basement of their shared home. The boy dreams of being a Jedi but has very little understanding of what that entails, besides that the Force is involved somehow and they're brave and heroic and much more exciting than the work of terraforming this hunk of rock. His mentor tells him that he can't possibly become a Jedi without a Kyber crystal, because a Jedi needs a lightsaber and a lightsaber needs a Kyber crystal; so he scours the whole planet, but can't find one anywhere. Finally, driven by his search, he enters the forbidden basement... and finds a little spaceship there! He plays with the spaceship, pressing random buttons on the controls and pretending to be a Jedi like the one he wants to grow up to be.
Unfortunately, his random button-pressing successfully sent out a comm signal with his pretend Jedi messages, and now there's a Sith on their doorstep looking for naive little Jedi to kill. The mentor reveals himself to be a Jedi and hides the little boy in an even more secret room than the basement; when the boy emerges, he finds broken droids, a broken lightsaber, and his mentor dead. He grieves, buries his mentor, repairs the droids, and completes the work of terraforming the planet all by himself in his mentor's memory. When the Sith returns, the little boy finds the spark of the Force within himself, repairs the broken lightsaber, kills the Sith in battle, repairs the spaceship, and leaves the planet to seek his fortune.
The story is ambiguous on several points, such as how long this all takes, whether the boy is himself a droid or not, exactly how dead the mentor ended up and in particular whether he left behind a Force ghost who continued to help and teach the boy or whether the boy was just imagining all that, and whether or not there are even any other living planets left in the universe for him to find at the end.