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One-Liner Wednesday – Nature’s Fireworks


July 1st, 2017: Some acts just can’t be followed.


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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

43 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Nature’s Fireworks

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  2. Wonderful read. Loving the style of your posts and I had come across your book launch, good luck on that, and I bet it would be a blast. Loving your SoCs, they are very insightful, and very informative. Hope to see more from you. Have hope, write on!


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  12. Nature’s fireworks are the best. The glow lasts a long time and they’re not as noisy. Except sometimes, thunder and lightning.


  13. I’d say fireworks are for kids, except I like ’em better as an adult. I prefer the vulgar artificial man-made lightshow, myself! If something’s worth doing, then it’s worth going completely over the top.


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  16. Looks like you took your own advice and “enjoyed”

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  18. Love the photo of Sunset beats the fireworks hands down. 💜💙

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  21. Beautiful photo of the sun setting, Linda. I watched fireworks on TV last night due to getting up early this morning, but I think I prefer the “in person” version. 🙂

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  26. Great sky.

    Fireworks; meh

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