What can YOU say in six sentences?
The campus was spring-break quiet under a clear sky, and the few remaining students gathered for desultory talks and no particular direction to their walks.
Catkins from 300-year-old oaks and pollen from young pines coated my windshield, turning my view of the world into a jigsaw puzzle of green and gold.
The young Asian man at Office Depot was impatient as I explained what size ink cartridge I needed, but I knew it was because he had to work indoors under fluorescent lights while the sweet spring warmth beckoned outside.
Harry and I exchanged fly-fishing articles that we had written for a magazine contest. His tale took me on a magical voyage to the Gunnison River in Colorado while mine rambled among North Georgia trout streams where eddies and pools hid wily trout.
The dog brought me her ball several times, her expression saying, "Look, Gita, I can't make things any plainer than this."