His parents wanted him to go to university, or at least a Community College to learn a trade. They were just so tight, so restrictive, so controlling. He burst free from their bondage and got himself a great job at 18, with his own income, and promise of advancement.
A month later, he was smart enough to see that it was just a clerical dead-end, and a barely legal pyramid scheme. He was also smart enough to tell his parents, “You told me so.” Let’s have a look at the course catalogue at Conestoga College. I could become a welder.
If you’d like to join the fun, go to Rochelle’s Addicted to Purple site and use her Wednesday photo as a prompt to write a complete 100 word story.