Linda G. Hill

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Nano Poblano – Day 30: Something Profound

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For my final Team Pepper post I really wanted to find something profound to write. Something to uplift and inspire. Something that people far and wide will remember for years to come. Something from my own mind, rather than words regurgitated from the world wide web. Something barfed up from my own mouth… in a delicate way. A burp almost. But tangible. Something that my readers can latch onto and hold close to their hearts.

Here it goes.

Are you ready?


Get off the damned computer and go outside already! The internet isn’t real life! Real life exists when you get off your ass and live it!!!

How did I do?

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39 thoughts on “Nano Poblano – Day 30: Something Profound

  1. Wow, Linda: you had the guts to say what so many of us know to be true (although I would argue that the friendships here are real, lack of face-to-face contact notwithstanding). Profound words, indeed — and succinct, hinting that brevity is the soul of wit.

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  2. So true, Linda. I had a week away from my blog last week and lived life. I had a fantastic time and really enjoyed myself. So much so, that I am now only going to give my blog 4 hours a day (2 hours of reading and commenting and 2 of writing), then I can enjoy life away from the blog. Don’t get me wrong, I love blogging but it should not become a monster and take over life.

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  3. I did that today as a matter of fact. As we say in Tennessee, “Honey, you’re a mess.” That’s a compliment.

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  4. You made me chuckle. I hope that you’ve enjoyed your time this last month.

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  5. It’s cold out there! Also, you should totally have a picture at the top with someone itching their head. Can claim the white stuff is dandruff.

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  6. Awesome. That’s all I can say! Thanks, Linda!

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  7. What, you go outside in the winter? Hahahaha. I go outside at least two minutes every day, Linda G.

    Seriously, if you don’t live life, there’s nothing worth writing about. Home run, Linda G! You da woman!! MVP Most Valuable Poblano!!!! πŸ™‚

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  8. This Floridian is loving the snowflakes! Now back to finishing my post for the end of NaPoBloMo.

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  9. You know, that might be the best advice I’ve heard in a long time…

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  10. Excellent post! Yay! You finished and can now blow the MoPo up πŸ˜‰

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  11. Haha! Good one! And I agree. “Unplugging” once in a while and going outside, spending time in the “real world” is something everyone should do. For example, my boyfriend and I went on a nature walk yesterday in one of our local state parks, something we’d been wanting to do for a while but hadn’t had a chance to before. (One of the things he likes about me is that I like to spend time out in nature, like he does :)) We had a great time, even if there was a chill in the air, and plan to go back for more walks.

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  12. Well burped Linda.

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  13. That is completely original. lol
    I actually wanted to go out and work in the yard this weekend, because I finished my NaNo and I’ve got a pile of leftovers so I don’t have to cook, AND it’s a balmy 64 degrees here. Sadly the universe saw fit to give me a serious UTI, so the doctor said I’ve got to chill for a few days. Blarg!

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  14. That was inspiration at its best!

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  15. yeppers, despite it being minus 40 with the wind chill, I was out most of the morning shoveling the driveway now it’s hot chocolate and cookie time πŸ™‚

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  16. You got my attention all right! It is raining here today. Hooray! But I am staying inside and cozy, so there. πŸ˜›

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