Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Leaving Town - A Fictional Tale of Happiness

Joseph Anger was considered tall for his age, but he wasn't heavy-set. In fact, "skinny" would be closer to the truth. So when his young school peers, who were between the ages of ten and twelve, badgered him, as they regularly did, he did not feel up to the confrontation, and he learned to withdraw more and more to avoid such scenes entirely.