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This is funny! five stars HUH! Wow! a Great story.
A few edits (Kevin and I, not me and Kevin...and lose the 2nd person) would make this piece a real winner! You wrote your narrator with a unique voice, very droll and likeable. Witty!
I love the humor - and the Griswolds are like old friends to me, especially cousin Eddie. This is a great story and so is the writing! 2 thumbs up! Blessings!
what you want to do your car tomorrow.....want to do with? I like the droll wit you have! You are ready for level two!Since this is Faithwriters, however, I would have liked to have seen more of a spiritual component to the re-telling of this story.
Good take on the Mars vs. Venus theme - men and women often see things from a different perspective.
Absolutely delightful, I laughed numerous times thought this essay. Great humor, I hope this one wins something.
A delightful, funny read! You have a great "voice". There are a few minor grammar/punctuation errors, but nothing to lose sleep over. Keep honing - you're doing GREAT!
funny story.... I thought it would turn scary...... good job.
Captures nicely how a young married couple are still learning to understand each other; I really like that the couple learn that no matter how little you have, there is always more when it is shared. Nicely observed; would have liked a little more description of Eddy's family, but it was amusing to read and left me with a smile. God bless.
Vey well told, I had a car like that (but mine had BOTH handles break before I could replace the first one -had to climb in through the trunk/back window shelf lol) Anyway - good humor and a great example of people giving of what they have.
I'm still at a loss why the machete featured in the story, but loved this. Well told and quite humourous. Thanks for sharing.
Amber, you have real potential - and I'm looking forward to seeing more from you in the future. You have a delightful sense of humor and the title alone was enough to grab the reader's attention. Jan's critique's were an echo of my own, but I think you really do show promise. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)