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One-Liner Wednesday – Days

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Alex had a tummy ache on Monday morning so I called in to the school to tell them he wouldn’t be in. Seems to be the same tummy ache he had when they did all the tests and found nothing. But the school won’t let him go back until he’s seen his doctor. While I appreciate the school’s caution, he’s home for the whole week whether he feels better or not.

Days are long.

And yes, I cheated on my own rules for One-Liner Wednesday.


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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

70 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Days

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  3. I do hope he is better soon Linda 💜

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  5. Hope he’s feeling better!

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  7. Days spent doing what needs be done, complying with fears and regulations on many fronts, to simply do what needs be done? Define the ‘long day’ short quip …. that, dependent upon the tone, implies, frustration, exhaustion, exasperation or frustration. For me? Long Day may mean “productive day! Pleasantly Tired”. It might also, convey, “What a wasted day spent on doing things so other folks feel safe, aren’t punished by my caution or obliviousness or ‘gosh darnit! This is stupid!’ etc. The DAY and how I feel about it and what the word ‘long’ in front of it, actually MEANS, changes – Day-to-Day, within me.

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  8. I hope Alex feels better soon. By the way, I bet you started with one line. That ought to count. Some of us lose count at 1!

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  21. It’s okay to bend the rules. Sending good thoughts and healing prayers for Alex!

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  28. Sick policies are a jumble right now, I know. Hope Alex is feeling better soon!

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  29. I hope Alex feels better soon. The guidelines are so hard these days.

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  35. I hope Alex feels better. ❤

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  37. I hope he’s feeling better and you two get through the week.

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  40. I hope he feels better soon.

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  41. Hope he feels better soon xx

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  42. Such frustrating times. You can’t see a doctor for love nor money here!

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