Saturday, September 08, 2007

And We'll Be Back After This Break...

I had to take a couple nights break from my writing workbook to watch our new little grandson, Noah, get born. You can read all about it right over here. I'll try to get caught up with the lessons over the next couple of days.

Here is lesson 249, which should have been dated September 6th.


The lesson is just to finish these short starters in one or two sentences. I have capitalized the provided starts:

1) SHE PUCKERED HER LIPS and planted a wet two-year old kiss on the stone bird that is attached to the birdbath in Grandma's yard. Little Sophie loves animals of any kind.

2)WATCHING HER APPLY LIPSTICK in the rearview mirror, Jason once again thanked the stars that Janelle was his wife. He patted his coat pocket to make sure that her anniversary gift was still safely tucked away.

3)HER POUTING LIPS did not work in the quest to make her Mama buy the skittles. Maybe if she could just squeeze out a tear or two.

4)HIS LIP CURLED WHENEVER Farmer John approached, in anticipation of the apple that Flash knew was his daily treat.


Blogger Mimi said...

Good finishes for the lead in phrases.. I am enjoying this lesson in writing

2:58 AM  

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