Today's selection comes from The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, page 25. Finally, I'm reading this book!
When the train pulled into the Bahnhof in Munich, the passengers slid out as if from a torn package. There were people of every stature, but among them, the poor were the most easily recognized. The impoverished always try to keep moving, as if relocating might help. They ignore the reality that a new version of the same old problem will be waiting at the end of the trip--the relative you cringe to kiss.
It's Tuesday, Where Are You? is hosted by an adventure in reading.
I'm in Germany in 1939, a town called Molching near Munich on a street called Himmel (Heaven). I'm with my new foster family. My brother has died and my mother couldn't care for me.