Rev. Timothy Winterstein
In the movie Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Greg Gaines has made it through three years of high school without being associated with any single group. He’s not a jock, but he gives the basketball players in their letter jackets high-fives as he passes. He’s not a goth, but they nod at him from behind their leather and metal and eyeliner when he goes into school. He’s not a nerd or a geek, but they respect him for his nerdy tendencies. This ability to keep himself from being singled out as different, he thinks, is the key to surviving high school.
When I was in high school, I was not Greg Gaines. My high . . . Read All