Charles Johnson: The Man Who Changed My Life

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Once there was a lonely man who lived on Meadow Lane, in Lorain, Ohio. His name was Charles Johnson. Charles was the usual working man, he would wake up, make his lunch, and go to his office and leave at five. After work Charles would drive home, thinking about how his day was. Did something good happen at work? Is he on the road towards a promotion? How was his day, overall? Charles Johnson usually had good days, but he was a sad man. He had no friends, and his family lived on the other side of the country. Charles did not know what was wrong with him. No one said good morning to him, ever, no one talked to him at work. Work was the only place he wanted to go to because he had no purpose going anywhere else. Most of the time, Charles wonders if he even wants friends, or a social life. When Charles got home, he changed into his evening clothes and made dinner. Peanut butter and jelly was the usual, but he wanted something different tonight. Charles decided to make a ham and cheese sandwich. He put his sandwich on a …show more content…
He never thought that magical people existed, and he is still skeptical about the whole situation. Anyway, Charles thought to himself; “If I were to wish for something to change my life, what would it be?” Then, Charles thought of his life growing up. At school, he had no friends. He sat alone at the lunch tables, and was bullied through high school. Charles remembered how no one defended him, and no one cared. Charles was angered by this, and felt like his life was a waste. Through high school at Lorain high school, he would sit in the front row, and would get outstanding grades. He remembers the feeling of balls of paper hitting him in the back of the head when the teacher was not looking. No one defended him, and the teachers did not believe him when he complained about his cruel peers. After all of this thought about his life growing up, he realized that something special was missing: a

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