We played with Brush Strokes today, creating goofy sentences which may have described ourselves or the adorable children walking through the hallways. See... writing is not as bad as you think.
Absolute: "Faces reddened, voices raised, the frustrated teachers attempted to keep order during class on the chaotic Friday before Halloween."
Appositive: "Mr. Coller, an old-school Punisher, stomped down the hall to inform students that the bell had rung."
Participle: "Leading the children around the high school hallways, parents puffed their proud chests forward as they walked."
Adjectives Out of Order: "The lengthy announcements, tired and overdue, boomed over the recently repaired loudspeaker."
Active Verb: "Photographers flashed their cameras in every classroom, hoping to catch the perfect shot for yearbook."