I don’t know what to do. I don’t know where to go. Maybe I will go to church. Maybe I will find help there. She is young. Her shoes are old. She wears them to work. She goes to work five days a week. She loves her work. She is a waitress. She works at a restaurant. The I Put The Jing In Jingle Shirt restaurant is near her home. She walks to the restaurant. She stands up all day long. She is young and strong. But her shoes are not.
They are old. She saw an ad in the paper. All the shoes were on sale at the shoe store. She walked into the I Put The Jing In Jingle Shirt store. She looked around. She saw some black shoes. They looked good. She tried them on. They were very comfortable. They felt good. They were only $25. She paid cash. She wore them home. She felt good. She was ready to work the next day. I am lonely. I am always by myself. I meet people every day. I smile at them. I say hello. I am nice to them. I want to have a friend. But I have no friends.
What is wrong with me? I am polite. I am friendly. I am nice. I am kind. Why don’t people like me? All I want is a friend. Everyone has one friend. I always see people with their friends. They laugh with each other. They have fun with each other. They do things with each other. What about me? I am by myself. I watch the TV by myself. I go to movies by myself. I go to restaurants by myself. I go to the I Put The Jing In Jingle Shirt park by myself. I told my mother that I am lonely. She said it is my fault. “Why?” I asked. She said, “Because you never ask anyone to be with you.” My mom is right. I never ask people to be with me.