We sat down to wait for our bus and I could talk to a girl from France.
Anne and I sat and decided to order, first, a couple of jars of “sangría”, a drink that people had recommended to us.
After lunch we sat at some small tables near the edge to have a coffee.
In fact (while the two lovebirds were still sitting at the table) he invited me on the restaurant's terrace with an excuse; there, watching the sunset, he turned to me, smiled and then bent down and kissed me intensely.
Space is so hard to come by that you’ll even find performances being delivered in some of the strangest places, with people performing in the sitting room of people’s homes, the back of a taxi and even in a public toilet!
Caden motioned her down to sit on the floor with him. “Come on, don’t have a heart attack. I’d hate to explain that to Ellie,” he laughed, while Jessica still watched the cage. How was she supposed to sleep here, when that thing was here?
“Obviously! But why?” she yelled. “What do you even do, besides sitting around and playing stupid games?”
She turns where she sits. “Don’t screw it up!” She stands and slams the door shut.
Beethoven goes to the piano, sits down at it, and begins to play.
Betty sat in the chair with her legs crossed.
1. abide: occupy, dwell, stay, relax, lie, remain, repose
2. roost: perch, squat, hunker, seat
3. meet: convene, assemble