Linda G. Hill

Life in progress


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One-Liner Wednesday – Like a ghost caught on camera

Out walking with Alex the other evening, he spied a rabbit and asked me to take a picture. It’s cute, but I’m more interested in the strange light shining on the house next door. Yes, the sun was going down … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – When messing it up gets it waaayy wrong

Here in Canada when we want to check the weather, we go to The Weather Network. I got my tongue twisted over it the other day and came out with The Nether Wetwork. Good for a giggle, but oh, the … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – A game of dog and mouse

And a wonderful time was had by all.   If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title in your post, and if you do, you can ping back here to help … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – We speak the same language. I think.

Conversation between my best friend and I: John: Hey, have I told you what happened since the last time I talked to you? Me: No … I haven’t talked to you since the last time I talked to you … … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Bird Dog

For some reason, Winston likes to sit on my shoulder. You can’t see it here, but his front paws are up there too. If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – Precognition or Coincidence?

What are the odds I’d come across this picture now, after forty-seven years–and what are the odds of giving him yellow hair and orange skin in 1971? If you would like to participate in this prompt, feel free to use … Continue reading


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One-Liner Wednesday – We have a New Badge! 2018-19 edition

First, I’d like to say one last thank-you to Dan Antion for your wonderful 2017-18 One-Liner Wednesday badge. It has served us well for the past year, and won’t be forgotten. All together now: Thanks, Dan! I guess you’re wondering … Continue reading