On Top of a Little Boy’s Bed, Bamberg, July, 1636
Joseph Drahuta knew how old he was—nine, but he also knew how old he felt—older.
First, there had been the entire Ring of Fire thing, when his entire life changed down to his underwear. Who would have thought elastic waistbands were such a big thing?
And socks! Who would have thought that even socks would change?
From toilet paper to a change in . . .
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