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The prompt this week is one sentence long once again.
The sentence can be as long or as short as we like.
The challenge is to write a fluent sentence without using the letter "E" or the letter "T" this week. E is the most used letter in the English language and the letter T being the second most common letter used in the alphabet. Let's see how we do with an absent-E and the letter T!
This should bring quit a challenge.
I think Jenny is giving us a run for our letters.
Number of words: Whatever you need to write one cohesive sentence.
Pictures: Any number
Love birds singing,
As I skip along my way;
Hoping for no more rain.
This was very difficult. I played with several words and sentence's before I came up with this one.
What can you do with no "E" or "T"?