July 15, 2016
Sundays used to be like torture, when someone would force him to do something he didn't like doing. Over time, Jerry learned to expertly avoid Sunday family activities. He's good with his stories and, in fact, has managed for years to fool his parents that he has charity duties on Sundays. What he really does most of the time is sit at a park and draw and draw and draw. At night when he gets home from "charity work," he kisses his parents and tells them about his Sunday. What he didn't know is they knew the truth about him.