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One-Liner Wednesday – I’m over it


I think we’re almost beyond the need for my kids to leave messages on my fridge like this one, thank goodness!

Photo: Magnetic letters on my fridge door that spell out “Behold! Snow ahead”

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30 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – I’m over it

  1. I had those magnetic alphabets – – then, when the oldest was about 15 or so? The fridge carried words/phrases on tiny lil magnetic strips of words – – the fridge in my work life and his school/activities/social busy life? Became the place where we ‘wrote to each other’ – the messages of our hearts, when schedules didn’t permit for lazy days on couch/deck saying, “ya know what? blue is a nice color….” or “that cloud looks like a….” – – me? Whatever Works – 😀


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  3. I miss snow. And I miss magnetic letters. I’d get some of the latter if I had room on my frig.


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  5. Haha – we had so little snow this year, I might like to see that message.


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  20. We have more snow, too. Sigh. Others are posting photos of daffodils and redbuds. I shouldn’t complain, it has still been a pretty mild winter here in “Mont-shire.”


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  22. We have lots of snow too. Was that your eldest who left you that….. My eldest has a habit of pointing out the obvious…. He would have written it twice though! 💜💜💜


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