My friend mentioned rabbit stew for dinner, and it reminded me of a story from yesteryear.
When I was in college, my younger sister and I were roommates for awhile. She took an English class that required her to write a narrative about a personal experience.
Sara chose to share about the time she saved a baby calf's life, when it was drowning in a pool of fetid manure. She went out to feed the cows right before a church event. I think it was her Laurel graduation. Anyway, the calf was struggling and likely to drown in the morass.
So Sara, in her brave, bold, loving way, jumped right in, got covered in manure and mud from head to toe to favorite watch, and dragged the calf out of the junk. She is kind of like a superhero in many ways. Her very favorite watch smelled like manure ever after, all in the name of saving some poor calf from a stinky early grave.
Isn't she pretty? Anyway, she wrote this experience up for her class, and had to have some peer reviews. This valuable tidbit is what one of her peers wrote on her paper:
"Done caught a rodent!"
"We's eatin' good tonight."
And that, my friends, is why peer reviews are so valuable in college and high school English classes.