Henry: "People looked at me differently, and they knew I was with somebody. I didn't have to wait in line at the bakery on Sunday mornings anymore for fresh bread. The owner knew who I was with and he'd come from around the counter, no matter how many people were waiting, I was taken care of first. Our neighbors stopped parking in our driveway anymore, even though we didn't have a car. At 13 I was making more money than most of the grown-ups in the neighborhood. I mean I had more money than I could spend. I had it all."