What interesting object is near to you as you read this?
DO NOT SAY exactly what it is but describe the object and see if anyone can guess what it is.
I have this three-tier lamp next to me. On it hangs: 2 stockings, 4 crocheted pumpkins, a styrofoam crow, a bat, a doily and a coconut.
Beside me is a collection of psalms supplemented by hymns and readings. Together with the something else, it constitutes the official public prayer life of our Church. It also forms the basis of prayer within (Christian) monasticism (i.e. Carmelites)...
Both answers so far are very interesting but no-one seems to be reading the extension of the question! The idea is to describe something without actually saying what it is!!!
I believe you are mistaken and have under-estimated my contribution, annart. I have not given it away? This book (above the description) is not what it is...
Apologies connorj. I obviously missed something!
You won't see one of these every day, It has 5 long strings with one missing, and it says airline on it. It may or may not belong to a child, and could be very, very, old.
Three objects, same name for each. Two of them go in both directions, one in only one direction. All glow and are capable of making strange noises, though some are intelligible. They do not have Internet connections, but can reach out across the world.
Th ere's an original oil painting,a budha bust and a palm tree.
by MarieLB 19 months ago
When you use more than one adjective to describe an object, do you put these into any sort?EG: If you wanted to write - "The big, bad wolf. . ." would it sound the same if you were to say "The bad, big wolf?"Do you think that reading and re-reading will tell you how...
by The Filipina Digital Entrepreneur 3 years ago
Is it best to pray early in the morning?
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