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Just Jot It Jan 27 – Extraordinary


I decided today was going to be an extraordinary day, and it was! It started with coffee, and then I had more coffee, and then I took my mother out for coffee… It was extraordinary!

What really made my day, other than coffee, was a rare opportunity to help out a friend by giving her a break from looking after her son this evening. It’s not often I’m in a position where I can do more than take care of myself and my kids, so it was a treat for me to feel like I was giving back for a change.

Here’s to extraordinary days – and to posting before midnight! Gotta hurry up. Luckily I have all this coffee sloshing around inside me.


Thanks very much to Kelli for our prompt today! If you didn’t catch it, it was “extraordinary”! If you haven’t had a chance yet, please pop over and say hi to her. Here’s her link:

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

14 thoughts on “Just Jot It Jan 27 – Extraordinary

  1. Sounds like you were making others’ days extraordinary, too. Nice ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. Thanks for being extraordinary linda x much love barbara x


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  4. Coffee really is extraordinary, and I think helping out is too! Very nice thing that you could do that on your extraordinary day ๐Ÿ™‚
    P.S. I literally posted my “Jot” with 4 minutes to spare! Yikes!


  5. Extraordinary!
    I think it’s lovely when someone offers to help out. I crave that from people in our life.
    God knows we are always putting ourselves out to help others!


  6. I also treasure those days when i can do just a little bit more than the majority of days. Good for you.


  7. Very nice of you to offer that, that’s one thing mothers crave for, some self time.


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