Lulu looked at what she had picked up this morning, and giggled, admitting to herself that she was in fact a bit of a ‘size queen.’
The stew base was shaping up nicely, all he needed was to catch his choice of protein, but Jessica didn’t get off work until one.
Melissa now understood the concept of staggered plantings for her garden.
Determined to avoid work for just a little longer, Michael stared at the picture, hoping to see something no one else has; that also happened to fit into one sentence.
Yet another misguided oversimplification of the Arab-Isreali conflict.
Darrin stared at the cutting board for nearly an hour, the metaphor eluding him, before he just gave up and made a salad.
Cindy couldn’t keep herself from giggling as approached the front of the classroom for her annual human sexuality hands on demonstration.
Steven adjusted his easel, arranged his oils, and settled in to create his latest piece – Still Life with Warts.
Lacking the proper ingredients, Jason scrambled for a way to show Karen he was bananas for her.
Bats and balls, bats and balls, that’s all he saw: bats and balls.
Worst Halloween ever.
Theo gathered the materials for him and his son Nathan to make the best thanksgiving “snowman” they could in the Miami heat, where Nathan hasn’t seen snow in his five years.
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