I've been posting my favourite/oddest sentences on my tumblr & I thought since I never update here, I'd share them all with you folks as well.
“So, Rob Mason, what do you know about hobo-eating alligators?”
She didn’t understand potatoes the way they did.
((I spend an awful lot of time talking about that silly potato))
That one message, twelve lines long, had broken the strong old man.
Everything was traded for safety. It was the one thing they had in abundance these days, if nothing else.
“The price of convenience,” she said scornfully. “Everything is so convenient and so fast, and we lose sight of what’s really important anymore..."
“Ah yes, those ever important minutes we’re saving with everything these days,” she commented. “Pretty soon we’ll have one thousand four hundred and forty of them, all to ourselves, to do whatever we wish.”
“Do you remember that day?” Risty asked suddenly. She sat down in the clovers and continued staring up at the clouds.
She turned her head quickly and looked him dead in the eye. “The day the sky fell.”
Sometimes sharing a loss made it easier to lose, even if you had just met the person you’d be sharing with. They both needed something, and maybe the other one could help with it.
It had a thermometer, barometer, seismometer, and every other kind of -ometer a man could have need for, and a screen to monitor them all from.