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One-Liner Wednesday – It’s a night


When all the lines get squiggly and the words no longer make sense, I know it’s time to call it a night.

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35 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – It’s a night

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  7. I hate when that happens!


  8. Sweet dreams, Linda.


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  21. I know that feeling, Linda. Time to put the pen down, step away from the keyboard, and maybe pour a glass of wine.


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  24. Oh, yes, I know that feeling! I reread the same paragraph about 10 times yesterday evening before I realised that I wasn’t editing anymore!


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  27. When I used to make my own clothes it was when I sewed a sleeve or zip inside out that it was time to switch off the sewing machine and go to bed.


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