Trevor’s Big Day
At six-foot-three, Trevor was used to feeling out of place. Most things in the world were designed for people of average height, and Trevor had to constantly duck or stoop to avoid hitting his head. Even his friends and family were all shorter than him, and he was often teased for being the “big giant.” But Trevor didn’t mind too much; he was used to it.
One day, Trevor went on a hike with his friends. They were scaling a steep mountain, and Trevor was constantly having to help his friends up the slippery rocks. He was getting tired, but he kept going, until finally they reached the top.
From the top of the mountain, Trevor could see for miles. He felt like he was on top of the world. And for the first time, he didn’t feel so out of place. He was finally in a place where he felt like he belonged.