Five Card Story: Idiom

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a Five Card Flickr story by Sammy Saunders created Apr 04 2016, 03:03:56 pm. Create a new one!

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Amber was writing a novel on things she saw on her daily routine. In the novel she would write down what she saw and describe it. As she drove out of her drive was she saw a "private property" sign. She wrote down everything she saw around and on the sign. Further on down the road she stopped at her favorite diner. She ordered a very large sandwich and decided to give it a shot. But before she did she described what was on the sandwich and where she got it in her novel. After she finished her sandwich, she drove home. On her way home she noticed how beautiful the sky looked and knew she had to write it down, but when she got home of course. When she got home, she sat down in her hammock, began to write, and prayed it would not rain cats and dogs. As she began to write, she looked up and noticed a hill in her back yard. The hill almost looked like a mountain. The tip was high as a kite. She did not really recall there being a mountain in her back yard. So, she really studied the mountain and was very descriptive in her novel. After the day was almost over, Amber realized how much she misses on her daily routine how little she pays attention to things around her. She promised herself that she would now on pay attention to everything, even if it was out of the blue.

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