Most Salvageable Sentences: “Because of her, I started to see way raindrops chased each other down window panes and the way old photographs faded. Her laughter was the way I breathed. The way her eyes scanned endless pages of text until the early hours of the morning was more interesting than the text itself. The way she fell asleep, with a light sigh and butterfly eyelids, was something I could never get used to.” (Letter from a boy to another person about a girl)
Random Note: It is currently 12:38 AM, and I am tired. I wrote 3,327 words yesterday/this morning.
Most Salvageable Sentences: “I almost choked on the marshmallows we were eating. We were going to make smores, but we lacked chocolate and graham crackers after I ate the chocolate last night and Tristan ate the graham crackers a few days ago. We ended up eating plain marshmallows.”
Random Note: Although I’m pretty tired, I’m in a good mood today!
Most Salvageable Sentences: “I called Lance the next day to apologize for being annoying. Lance said he didn’t mind, but apologies were always nice. Then he apologized to me for being careless. I told him I didn’t mind (I did) but apologies were always nice (when you were on the receiving end).”
Random Note: I must stop procrastinating my biology homework because I have a test on Wednesday that pretty much determines my grade for the term.
Most Salvageable Sentences: “This time, instead of ordering the normal hot chocolate, we ordered pumpkin spice lattes. It was the most stereotypical drink ever, but we both liked the seasonal drink. It reminded me that fall was here again. Lance just liked the taste of pumpkin.”
Random Note: My English essay is due on Friday, which means I’ll work on it Thursday night. Just kidding, I try not to procrastinate.
Most Salvageable Sentences: ”To change the topic I took one last bite of my brownie I had bought from the bake shop in the mall. I offered it to Lance. Without even thinking, he leaned down and took a bite. I grinned.”
Random Note: I must work on my English essay (again/still).
Most Salvageable Sentences: “He had a navy bedspread set with a bright pink pillow. It used to be white but one of his friends put it in with his set of red laundry when Lance asked him to wash it. I always made fun of his pink pillow, but he knew I liked the pillow.”