Jeremy looked up at the sun, squinted, then glanced up his forest trail a few feet ahead. "They brung T.J. by the house a couple of times when Pa wasn't home. They treated him almost friendly like, but when he left they laughed and talked 'bout him - called him names." He squinted again at the trail and said hurriedly, "I better go…See ya'll tomorrow."
What does this passage foreshadow?
Jeremy is going to become friends with T.J.
The Wallaces want to be friends with T.J.
T.J. is being set up to be hurt.
Stacey is going to forgive T.J.