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One-Liner Wednesday – Maybe I just wish it was warmer

When you open your freezer door and realize your ice cream purchases have acquired a theme… Photo: Two containers of Haagen-Dazs ice cream–Matcha Green Tea flavor on top, Coffee flavor beneath. If you would like to participate in this prompt, … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Trigger Warning

I’m listening to the audiobook version of Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman, and his voice is absolutely mesmerizing. (Yes, it’s narrated by the author.) That is all. If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – I’ve been shot!

And I’m quite happy about it. Photo: My red “I got my COVID-19 shot!” sticker sitting on the keyboard of my laptop. If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title in … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Spring is sprung

And the croci are blooming. Photo: Purple and yellow crocuses (croci) coming up amongst last year’s dead foliage. If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title in your post, and if … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Had to run

You may have noticed I didn’t write a post for my own SoCS prompt on Saturday. The good news is he’s probably getting out tomorrow. The bad news is Alex has been in hospital since Saturday with a sore tummy … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Hold me to it

I’m closing all my social media tabs until 4pm every day for the next week, and I’m recording my intention here so I have witnesses. I’ll let you know how I did (unless it kills me) on the 31st. Wish … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Nothing lasts forever

Nothing quite like a snowman’s eyeballs laying on the driveway to remind us everything is ephemeral. Photos: Before–a cute snowman with one red eye and one green eye. After–a much smaller pile of snow with one red bottle cap and … Continue reading