"I wish I wasn't good at anything," said Carey.
"But it's worse being bad at everything," insisted Winston. "'Everything is so easy for you and so hard for me."
Whether it's schoolwork or sports, everything seems to come naturally to Carey. Winston, on the other hand, tries really hard but is average at everything. So it doesn't seem fair when Carey makes the football team and Winston doesn't, even though Winston is footy-mad and Carey would rather be in the Maths Olympiad.
Another great read by Rachel Flynn, about two boys finding a way to be who they want to be, and do what they love.