After a nice, intimate dinner at an upscale restaurant, he took her to an intimate location in the park, far away from any crowds, where he dropped to one knee and held out a ring. Her gasp of surprise and huge smile after his question was enough to intimate her acceptance.
This post is part of the Tuesday Use It In A Sentence prompt, “intimate”:
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Alan stood on the stage and stared out at the host of revelers who’d come out for the party. Once again he wondered why he’d agreed to host the huge shindig and idly wondered if he’d inadvertently become host to a parasite that’d made its home in his brain and affected his decision-making skills.
This post is part of the Tuesday Use It In A Sentence prompt, “host”:
A lot is happening around here at present–will fill you in on details in another post–so I’m keeping it short today. But I hope you’ll enjoy this one, anyway. I sure did, since it says something about being careful with punctuation, AND about the way men and women can look at the same thing, and interpret it so very differently!