By Eliza Jordan I shook his hand and looked into his eyes. Deep, cloudy colors stared back at me. He smiled a simple smile and showed me how many teeth he had left. None were in the middle of his mouth. I stepped back to get a better…
By Gena Anderson | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Phillip C. Sunkel IV
With extreme consideration for the manner in which I crafted each letter, I begin my list.
First came the basic things needed for everyday survival: cranberry juice, bread, eggs, cheese, rice, carrots, apples, soy yogurt, pasta, Ramen and tortillas.