Sunday, April 6, 2008

C is for Crisp

1. Cool, crisp, cotten sheets. Just made for curling up with a good book or cuddling with your sweetie.
2. Icy cold, crisp cucumbers sprinkled with a dash of salt and pepper and drizzled with basalmic vinegar.
3. Crisp cotton towels, fresh out of the dryer, warm and fluffy.
4. Cold, crisp, juicy red delicious apple that crunches when you bite into it.
5. McD's french fries, hot out of the grease, crisp and salty.
6. A crisp and invigorating autumn air picking up and twirling brightly colored leaves.
7. The neatly pressed, crisp creases of a young Marine's dress uniform.
8. The delicate combination of a cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar topped apple crisp.
9. The crisp and lively banter of of would be lovers.
10. The crisp clip clop of a horse's hooves on an ice covered avenue as the milkman delivers cream to his early morning customers.
11. The first page of a new journal, crisp, clean and pregnant with possibilities.
12. The layers of crisp crinolines under the debutant's satin gown seemed to float across the dance floor with a rythym of their own.
13. Chicken, fried to a crispy golden brown.

Some "C" words I have used a lot lately:


cantankerous
curmudgeon
codger
cootie
crotchety
captious
contrary
cranky


"C"ute "C"ade






"C"aged "C"hloe

"C"heerio
Merry ME

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