Comments from simhere2
|2012-02-09 03:34:53||My Guides of Balance||Even though the story has many grammar, construction and spelling errors, I think is was a good story written from the heart.
FYI: For those who were implying "whet" is not a word. It is a word, it just was not the correct word for the context. "Wet" is the appropriate word... A spell checker would not catch that.
whet (hw t, w t) tr.v. whet·ted, whet·ting, whets. 1. To sharpen (a knife, for example); hone. 2. To make more keen; stimulate: The frying bacon whetted my appetite.