This fun challenge is hosted by the ladies at Nisaba be Praised, The idea is to select a short paragraph from the book you are reading, remove words then ask a friend, neighbor or total stranger to randomly select words to replace them - creating a "Mad-Lib".
Here is my original sentence, from page 71 of Tapestry of Fortunes by Elizabeth Berg:
"But I think maybe it was just one of those times when a memory picks you up and carries you off like dandelion fluff." (which, by the way, is an awesome sentence)
Here's the Mad-Lib version created with random words selected by my husband, Dave:
"But I think maybe it was just one of those times when a rifle picks you up and passes you off like a pumpkin." (not as awesome - but strangely graphic)
Thanks for the fun challenge, girls. Back to reading.