His Mysterious Ways

Talbert, Kim
January 2007
Guideposts;Jan2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p23
The author describes the pain she felt with her son being a crystal meth addict. The things being sold at the Wal-Mart store are making her sad because they remind her of her son. She then met a store employee who shared the same feelings. She found comfort in the boy who seemed to understand the way she feels.


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