Dana Miller was a bus driver in the city of Philadelphia. Her working hours ___WERE___ from 10.00 pm till 6:00 am. It was a hard job and very few ___WOMEN___ worked as bus drivers in those days but Dana loved her job very much. One of her regular passengers was a guitar player. Every Friday night he got on the bus carrying his guitar. The guitar ___WAS_MADE___ of wood, not plastic and Dana liked the way it sounded.
“You should come to see our show,” the guitarist kept saying to Dana.
“I ___WILL_SEE___ it one day,” Dana promised each time, but she never said when exactly she ___WOULD_GO___.
Another passenger who often used Dana’s bus was a Biscuit Lady. She worked at the biscuit factory and often ___GAVE___ Dana a small bag of biscuits. Dana ___DID_NOT_LIKE___ sweets and pastries very much, but she could never resist those biscuits – they were so fresh and tasty.
“How was ___YOUR___ night?” Dana’s husband liked to ask her when she came home.
“Good music, good food and a great view of the city,” she cheerfully answered.
“I wish I ___ENJOYED___ my work as much as you enjoy yours,” her husband said, “ but I’m going to have just another boring day at the office.”