TRACY EDWARD WYMER
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
From the Classroom
Me: "Did you ever have a special object or toy that eased your troubles?"
Girl: "I had an imaginary friend named Ghostly the Ghost. He played with me when I was lonely. But I couldn't see him, because he was a ghost."
My inner thought: "You can't see him because he's
Me: "If you couldn't see him, then how did he make you feel less lonely?"
Girl: "By his words."
Me: "So you could hear him, but you couldn't see him?"
Girl: "He was a chatty ghost."
My inner thought: "So, in reality, you didn't have an imaginary friend, you were hearing voices."
Me: "You hear dead people."
Tracy Edward Wymer
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