Draw a line that divides the page in half, making sure to leave room for a title. On one half of the page, write true facts about your surroundings. The kinds of observations that any other person would agree with. One fact per line. To fill the other half of the page, choose random facts that you've written down and twist them into falsehoods. Make tiny alterations, or … [Read more...] about Fun With Truth and Lies
Write a page made of short, three-sentence paragraphs. For these three sentences: One sentence must be true. Another sentence must be false. The remaining sentence can be either true or false. Write the sentences in any order. You can begin with a true statement or a false one. Perhaps your three-sentence paragraphs will connect to form a longer … [Read more...] about False and True
There’s a favorite story in my family that's only three words long. Remember the darts? Everyone remembers, so we all have a laugh and enjoy the story without anybody needing to tell it. We had just hung up a kid-style dart board in the basement. The kind where the darts have rubber suctions cups on the end instead of lethal points. It had the usual concentric rings, … [Read more...] about Remember the Darts?