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Throwback…Friday: The Lettuce

Throwback…Friday: The Lettuce

I spent a few minutes last night looking through old folders of writing on my computer and unexpectedly arrived at a folder named “Road Trip.”

Road Trip?! Really?! I had no recollection such an entity existed! I found so many good things inside!

The good things included a two-page list of stories I apparently wanted to make sure I remembered. Before looking at the list, I probably would have been able to recall about 10% of the events tucked away in that document. So you can imagine the number of very enthusiastic “oh my word!” exclamations uttered on the porch … Continue reading

Defining Nouns: A Road Trip in Review

Defining Nouns: A Road Trip in Review

Originally posted here on November 27, 2010

I’ve always been a verb person. Go, do, see, run, climb, achieve, experience – these are the words I gravitate towards. If I had to choose one part of speech to narrate my life, it would be verbs. As one definition explains, “The verb is perhaps the most important part of the sentence. A verb asserts something about the subject of the sentence and expresses actions, events, or states of being.” Clearly, this is the way to go. You really can’t argue with the most important part of the sentence.

Nouns, in my … Continue reading