The professor read the graduate's card with her name, degree and comments. Thank you, Mom, Dad, Matt and Jesus. His pronunciation belied the fact that he never even considered that the graduate was
The olive jar rolled back and forth in the car's rear floorboards with every curve of the mountain road. When I moved the rest of the bottles to the front the olives had
I did something ridiculous that made Deborah laugh. I asked her if she would have liked me as a kid. She only laughed harder. It seems like it would be fun to describe
Olive oil prices have risen so high that it is 10 times the price crude oil. It is better on salad, though, so its probably worth it.
Keep a list of things you see during your day. They could be words on signs, things in nature, people in cars on the highway. Each morning pick something from the list and