She'll put it in a drawer and wear it to Jack's funeral one day.
On the day when he pulled open the drawer to show me the gun, I wonder, what I was thinking?
But then I had to go back to earning real money and went to work for Businessweek and put the book in a drawer for a long time.
Loose M&Ms in bus cup-holders, a stocked snack cabinet, a bottle of whiskey in a drawer, and everyone in the same T-shirt.
Somewhere in a drawer back home in Australia, there's a photo of me standing in the Melbourne International Airport.
Every minister of the gospel is a “drawer of water,” to his congregation, from the “Spiritual Rock” which follows the church.
"Here's the cheque-book," said the colonel, taking it from a drawer.
Unlocking a drawer, he took out a small rosewood box, finely inlaid.
"That's a gentle hint not to take anything from that drawer," said Fanny to herself.
Returning home later in the afternoon, she found Mrs. Weems sitting on the living room floor, sorting a drawer of old photographs.