Hello Dear Readers. This weekend the Trifecta Challengers have dared us to scour through our favorite pieces of literature for 33 of the best words we can find.
I chose the following 33 words from one of my most dearly beloved writers, Robert Benchley. They are from the beginning of his essay entitled Mutiny on the “Bounty” from a volume of his collected essays: My Ten Years in a Quandary and how they grew. (It’s available free online here.)
If we had a goat,” I said to Mr. MacGregor, “it would solve all our problems.”
“A what?” he asked, without looking up.
“A goat,” I repeated.
“It would solve what?” he asked . . .
Until next time . . . I love you