Ready to leave

Leave your shoes on, until we’re ready to leave.

Today, I was with my children at a local mall.  My older daughter wanted to leave her shoes on in the play area against the rules.  I said, “leave your shoes on, until we’re ready to leave.”

Earlier in the day, I had been working on a page in a soon-to-be-released ebook on rhetorical devices.  Epanalepsis was one of the ones I was working on.

When I got home, I thought to myself, “why should I continue to catalog these gems in Evernote, when they happen often enough that I could create page depth on a blog with them.

So, I did.

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