Miss Jenny isn't feeling so good, I think. She sounds like she's losing her voice, and I don't think it's from yelling at Mr. Jenny. She's just not that kind of person, and Mr. Jenny is way too nice to be yelled at, anyway. Still, she must be out of sorts to give us as a prompt, the ENTIRE alphabet!
I am still adjusting to my surroundings, so my thinking capacity is still somewhat in question, but I decided to try to tackle this anyway. This is a true story, by the way, and only one name has been changed to protect the guilty!!!
“You did this to yourself!” Abby thought, as she gazed out of the classroom window at the brilliant summer sky. “If you just hadn’t mouthed off to Mr. Greene, the biology teacher, you wouldn’t be sitting here in summer school while everyone else is at the pool!!”
As an extra punishment, Abby’s mother had tacked on another class, lengthening her school day by one more hour. “This is a very important thing to learn,” her mother had told her. “Everyone should take this class, and you’re taking it whether you like it or not!”
“Stop daydreaming and get back to work!” Miss Fleming, the instructor, tapped Abby on the shoulder.
“Yes ma’am,” sighed Abby, as she typed ‘the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.’