Tracking S'more: Mom/Dad
By: Catherine Mandujano
Tracking S'more Poster
Choice: Moving to Tangerine, Florida
"By now we would be halfway to our new address-- a new place called Lake Windsor Downs in Tangerine County, Florida." (pg. 2)
Impact: Paul had to go to a whole new school, make new friends, and join a new soccer team. "We were hoping to see exactly where he will be going next week." (pg. 25)
Choice: The Erik Fisher Football Dream "How long did it take Dad to get to his favorite topic, the Erik Fisher Football Dream?" (pg.11)
Impact: After they chose to pursue the football dream, they haven't spent a lot of time with Paul. "That'll be good for us. I'll be able to go to football practice every day." (pg.11)
Paul plays soccer, and Erik plays football.
Choice: Mom's choice to inform the principle about Paul's eyesight. "He has problems with his eyesight--he's legally blind.." (pg.25)
Impact: Paul wasn't able to play soccer to prevent insurance casualties.
"You're not eligible to play... we have to carry insurance on every boy and girl in the program or we can't play. Period. If we lose our insurance, we lose our program." (pg. 62)
Impact: Paul was able to play soccer. "You can be on my team." (pg. 103)
Impact: It made Paul realize much more that he wasn't important as Erik. "You're saying that I know everything about Erik's season and nothing about yours.You;re right, and I'm sorry." (pg. 234)
Impact: Paul hated himself. "So you figured it would be better if I just hated myself?" (pg. 265)
The place that the Fisher family now lives in.
The catastrophe that the Fisher family experienced when they first moved there.
Trees that grew in Tangerine, Florida.