Essay on Personal Narrative : How The Hell Does The Deer Eat?
Interviewer: Because they know where they left them.
Donnie: She didn’t come back and find them, she was dead the next weekend.
Interviewer: Yeah, I mean, there is always a chance that something happens to her while she is out and about.
Donnie: Yeah, get hit or something.
Interviewer: They have left them up to a week sometimes; it just depends.
Interviewer: Yeah, that might be an extreme case.
Donnie: How the hell does the deer eat? They can go without milk for a week.
Interviewer: It depends on the their age when—
Donnie: This one was a baby. This one could hardly walk.
Interviewer: Depend on how healthy mom is, whether mom is producing enough milk to come back and take care of it.
Donnie: Because this one could hardly walk, it was like a baby horse, you know, when it first.
Interviewer: Okay, those are the main thinks I wanted to ask, just eh frequency of going up through there and maybe that is what folks are going to wonder. What gear would you normally drive that in?
Donnie: Usually, like I always told her, when you’re going up a hill, you want to be in low, and, you know, make sure it’s in four wheel drive. It was either or, but I never drive up and down a hill, unless you are in four wheel drive, and you know, that’s common sense, if you’re going…