It is widely known that George Washington, as a young man, chopped down a cherry tree and then confessed to his father, saying, “I cannot tell a lie. It was I who chopped down that cherry tree.” Less well known is that he then added, “Because I felt it was staring at me, and judging me.” The man did remarkably well for himself, given his irrational fear of trees.
Wesley Brown, author of Tragic Magic,
is heading out on a virtual, cross-country book tour.
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