Once upon a time, in an average town, not too long ago, a baby girl was born. She was the last of six children. Her parents named her Elizabeth and everyone called her Betty.
When she was a little girl she loved to play games and tell stories and roller skate, like most little girls. She went to school and got pretty good grades.
Over time her hobbies and interests changed, like most teenage girls.
She had part-time jobs and was a part-time student. She worked hard and earned a college degree, even though it took her longer than most girls.
She battled childhood demons, learned about the sadness of death and shopped at the mall.
She made friends, lost friends, found love, lost love, like most young ladies.
But all the while… as Betty grew and changed… someone was watching her, scrutinizing her, attempting to influence her, vying for a relationship with her. And, in the beginning, Betty didn’t even know.
But, somewhere along the way, Betty realized she was being watched and manipulated. She learned that the “someone” was not just one someone… but society!
Betty began to wonder why a big important thing like society was so interested in an average girl like her.
Then, Betty realized why.
Average Betty is a force.
Avergae Betty is a voice.
You know Average Betty.
NOT the end.