Ba-Da-Bing!!! A sentence creating exercise to thrill your reader! Problem: Writer can see it; reader can’t. Solution: Ba-da-bing! Ba-da-bing! Now, you write a simple sentence, and I’ll show you a trick. Now, write three short sentences with these three parts: Where your feet went, What you saw, And what you thought. Ba-da-bing! Here, I will show you: I'm going to eat pizza. (simple sentence) I walked in the kitchen. I saw two large pepperoni pizzas. I thought to myself “Dinner is going to be incredibly delicious!” Ba-da-bing! Now, I am going to put all three together: When I walked in the kitchen, I saw two large pepperoni pizzas. I thought to myself “Dinner is going to be incredibly delicious!” BA-DA-BING! Ba-da-bing! When I stepped out onto the stage, I could hear the audience clapping. “What was I so afraid of?” I thought. “This is fun!” Ba-da-bing! When I went into the kitchen, I saw my mom at the stove, stirring a pot. Mmmmm, I thought. Chili! Now you try one! Ba-da-bing! Was that difficult? How many of these would you want in your essay? Is there only one way to punctuate this? Could you change the eye to other senses? Did you use another word other than “walked”?