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One-Liner Wednesday, July 22nd – The small things

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Photo: A Lego man sitting at a desk with a computer. The Lego man is grimacing. Caption reads: “You know it’s a good day when you find the Lego with your eyes before you find it with your feet.”


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Author: Linda G. Hill

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43 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday, July 22nd – The small things

  1. Thhank you for sharing

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  3. “A clean desk is indication zero work is being performed there” 😀

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  14. Lol! Cute! Love it! 💖😘😘

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  25. That reminded me of the many things I unfortunately found with my feet.

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  30. Ooh, ooh, ouch…so many memories of those little blocks. Good one, Linda.

    I hope you’re week is going well.

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  33. Haha. It’s a good day indeed 😂

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  37. Excellent.
    Reminds me of when my kids were small and we used to have toys including Lego pieces strewn all over.

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