Exercise 1

Exercise 1 - Exercise 1 Elizabeth Spartas He always said he...

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Exercise 1 Elizabeth Spartas He always said he was short. At 5’9” he wasn’t tall, but certainly not short in the way he described it- not such a midget he’d never get a date. However, the way he presented himself was particular. When his almost curly, almost platinum blonde hair got ruffled he would quickly smooth it. He ran his hand over the top of his head several times, just to be sure he hadn’t missed any rogue hairs. His hands had long slender fingers- the fingernails on them always short and perfectly rounded. Compared to others his wrists were thin. His veins looked like a subway map as they took their path up his arm. His arms seemed to be the only thing he was able to tan. He would apply sunscreen several minutes before venturing into the sun, despite his best efforts his nose would often blister, something he hated. The first thing people noticed about his face was his smile. He had had braces as a child. And the shade of his teeth often made people ask if he used whitestrips
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course EDU 300 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at BYU.

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