The Big Change
This entertaining story will forever change the way you look at your life. Frankly, I don't know why a book like this hasn't been written before. It's so obvious. More
Here are two paragraphs taken from different places in the book:
1.) She finally felt it and understood. Norma stood up and shouted looking at everybody around her "We did it, we actually did it. This is our country. This is our building." She picked up her chair and held it over her head as she was standing on another chair. Smiling she said, "These are our chairs. This stuff doesn't belong to anybody else. America is ours now. I just want to say…… thank you everybody! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!" Then the people around her slowly started to clap, and some started cheering. After a few minutes the area of at least several hundred people settled down and got back into enjoying their meal. Every face had a look of joyful pride.
2.) After Norma cleaned the messy blood off her arms, hands, legs, dress, and shoes, she finally sat down in a big comfy chair to rest. "What a day," she thought, "What... a... day......." Little Nellie saw her mom staring blankly into space. Concerned, she ran over, climbed up on her lap and gently hugged her. Nellie lovingly laid her head on Norma's shoulder and softly said "Mom, you're my hero......... I'm glad tonight's over with. I was getting sleepy anyway. Can we go to bed now?" As tears filled Norma's eyes, she hugged her little munchkin and said "Sure, let’s try to get a good night's rest." So they quietly went to bed. The precious kids were knocked out all night long sleeping like little logs. Not so easy for Norma. It was hard to sleep over the sound of her thoughts.