There is also a rather pretty picture of assorted dry pasta shapes, which I haven't used.
Here is my story: Grace King, from the Channel 19 network, holds her microphone closer as I struggle to answer her questions. I'd agreed to be interviewed in order to warn others of the dangers of playing on jungle gyms in the rain. Cameras were set up in my living room, with huge lamps in the corners, so as to get the best possible light for the upcoming news program. "May I quote you?" asked Grace. "I have a sheaf of notes here, things you said earlier." "I don't remember exactly what I said," I replied. "Maybe you could read me some of it" Grace read from the pages spread on the coffee table. "I want people to avoid being as stupid as I was. I'm not a kid anymore, I'm eighteen now and I shouldn't have been in the playground in the first place, but I remembered how much fun a jungle gym could be and it wasn't raining hard, just a drizzle really. But I slipped and dropped my document folder with my new resume, my ID, a birthday gift card I'd been planning to spend on my way home from the job interview tomorrow. The whole thing just flew open and stuff went everywhere. I broke my leg and was calling for help; a young man came running and I said to him, please call an ambulance, but he scooped up the folder and everything, then took the purse from my handbag and ran off." I felt myself going white, then red with embarrassment at what I'd done and what had happened. "Do you want to use that quote without me being on TV? I know I said, but I'm not comfortable about it now." Grace said that would probably be alright, but she'd have to check with the network; perhaps they'd agree to just using a photo of me instead. She reminded me the young man had been caught, he wasn't happy being made to surrender the gift card, turns out he's a repeat offender on home detention. The ankle bracelets aren't supposed to be removable, but he managed to get it off and his mum found it. She'd called the police, so they were already out looking for him.
Grace added "you'll get your things back as soon as the police release them."