The girl, the daughter of the merchant whom he sold wool to.
What town they'd go to next
How much he liked talking on his cell-phone
Most common people couldn't read
She didn't think he was that smart
She got suprised about everything
She wasn't very smart
His dad taught him
He went to Daviess County Middle School
He went to seminary school until the age of 16
He went to Catholic school
Three hundred Spanish coins
A credit card
Three ancient Spanish coins
An image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
An image of Jesus
Our Father written on the wall
He meant that younger people know what they want in life and think of it as being possible, but when we get older we see all the challenges and think what we want won't ever happen, so we give up on what we wanted to do.
He meant that kids like to dream about everything and then when they get older their brain changes and they decide that their dreams aren't going to happen.
He meant that he likes kids and thinks everyone should think like them instead of a boring adult.
He wanted the boy's money for himself.
He thought the boy was rude.
He knew that the boy's new friend would steal the money.
The boy didn't pay for his drinks.
Sword and Scabbard
Urum and Themuium
Uranium and Talque
Urim and Thummim