“She walked”– no, “She strolled”– no…

There’s probably a coding corollary for this.  90% of my effort is spent on 10%
of the sentences.  And every once in a while there’s a total bugbear of a
sentence that follows me to the grocery store and haunts my shopping
experience.

7 thoughts on ““She walked”– no, “She strolled”– no…

  1. I know exactly what you mean. I often stick them in square brackets — [she walked] — so I can come back to it later. Then, when I finish the story and get all excited about finishing, I come back to it and think “Oh, bugger, this still isn’t done.”

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