Stay positive, America
Staff, Piscataquis Observer • March 13, 2020
By Scott K. Fish
Sometimes, when six-year old Grafton was younger, we’d step out of the house to explore or to drive somewhere. Later, I’d notice he had his shoes or boots on the wrong feet. Walking the grocery store aisles, for example, I would see Grafton’s boots and do a double-take.
“You’re shoes are on the wrong feet,” I’d laugh. Grafton would look at me as if to say, “What do you mean ‘wrong feet’? These are the only feet I have.”