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Lesson 6 – Higher Math

I don’t know if my parents expect me to be a rocket scientist or what but I just can’t do higher math.  What am I going to do?  If I make another D for my grade in math, my parents … Continue reading

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pre-Med MD 6

pre-Med Sam returned home from his second year of pre-Med. Home was a palatial mansion on several acres of well-groomed gardens that befitted his parent’s status in the community.  His dad was a successful and respected doctor in town.  While … Continue reading

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LESSON 6 – VOICE AND INTERIOR MONOLOGUE

That night Abigail helped her mother and sister clear the dishes from the table while her father built a fire before settling into his big chair in the parlor. At supper, her father had mentioned that he’d met Dr. McCormick … Continue reading

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Whistlestop 6

Dad parked the car in Grandma Sarah’s driveway.   The house is a dump, it did not look like this when Grandma was alive. Dad and Paul are fighting again.   Blah, blah, blah, something about maintenance and he does not want … Continue reading

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Lies

Second attempt with the present tense… *** I have a look at the watch as the bus reaches the final stop. It’s only seven thirty but it’s already pitch black outside. The last couple of passengers get off the bus impatiently, … Continue reading

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Lesson 6 – London’s Calling (redone)

I hope you give me a second chance and read my redone 2nd post for Lesson 6. After some great feedback and my nagging thoughts about how I should of done better. I sat down and re-worked my post. Again, I’d … Continue reading

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Lesson 6 – Ti amo

John took me to the emergency room after the accident. I begged him to leave before my parents got there. That way they wouldn’t embarrass me, in front of him at least. The pain in my broken leg was subsiding … Continue reading

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Lesson 6 — London’s Calling.

I’m not sure if I’ve captured the requirements for lesson 6′s homework. Here were the requirements: Character 1 has a difficult relationship with his/her parents.  Now Character 1 has to inform his/her parents about a decision that they won’t approve of. … Continue reading

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Twice Fried in Duck Fat

Some people just ought to be dead, just dead. Dead in the ground. This wasn’t Martha’s normal frame of mind, but today she felt it’s justifiable. Andy was on another I’m a poor black woman being oppressed by my white … Continue reading

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