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One-Liner Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 – Signs of Life


Life goes on.

Photo: Crocuses coming up amidst last year’s dead leaves and twigs.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

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48 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 – Signs of Life

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  2. This would be a fun thing to join in with. Looking forward to contributing to the fun.


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  6. Back from my shopping trip – discovered you need to buy potatoes and beans in the Korean store – no shortage! (since the Korean don’t eat them – exaggerated of course!). Gas is cheaper, yay!
    Here’s mine

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  13. A positive thought we need to bear in mind.

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  14. Nice photo, Linda!


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  16. This makes me smile! Nice photo. 💐


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  18. I love crocuses. They really don’t care that the garden hasn’t been cleaned up for spring. They just pop-up and take what’s there for them.

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  32. It does indeed, Linda. Hope you’re staying safe 💜

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    • I’m doing my best. Hope you are, too, my friend. ❤


      • Hanging in there, hun. School is closed now for Easter break. So it’ll be trying to keep kids entertained while inside now!//


        • The kids seem to get used to it pretty quickly. Are you able to go for walks in places that are sparsely populated at least?
          We got the news yesterday that the schools will be closed until May 4th, though I won’t be surprised if they end up extending it to September.


          • Our temple, which is a stones throw away from our house, has a sports ground where there is a walking/running track. We have gone there every evening. My son kicks a ball about and I walk. Not many people coming out so it’s safe x


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