Wednesday, February 1, 2017

1037. The power of the water cycle

She typed out, "I'm not good at anything, but I will be next time," on her typewriter.
The typewriter and the sheet of paper went into her car, which she drove out to the dock where she heaved them into the ocean.
She drove home knowing that time and tide and salt water would break the typewriter and the paper into their constituent compounds and spread them throughout the sea.
Then the power of the water cycle and the consumption of sardines would eventually take her message to the world.

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