In the book, The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White, writers are told to keep their verbiage to a minimum. This is always challenging for me to do because I have so much to say. I’ve been told that I’m very opinionated, but that’s another story.
I wrote these last weekend at work:
Doctor gives garbled orders. Good grief.
Screaming patient gets Haldol. Good drugs.
Additional staff called in. Good thing.
Ordered two large pizzas. Good food.
It is quitting time. Good night!