Every class has the fat kid, the misfit, the one last chosen for every team, the one too clumsy to run a race, too scared to dive and too uncoordinated to hit the ball. That kid was yours truly, and I spent most of my time in gym class fervently praying the world would end so my turn wouldn’t come.
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Columnist Lorraine V. Murray, a former college instructor, has written five books on religion plus two mysteries. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Her website is www.lorrainevmurray.com.