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One-Liner Wednesday


‘Thank U Frontline’

 

I’m finally getting around to reading some blogs. This was on my friend, Willowdot21‘s blog. It brought tears to my eyes. It seems quite appropriate for our times. Click on her blog name above to see the whole blog. She has some amazing tunes breaking up her days in the life.

One-liner Wednesday is the easiest blog prompt. It is brought to us by Linda G. Hill. Go check it out and join us as we play.

Badge by Laura @ riddlefromthemiddle.com

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Which shall I use to make the planet? The all-knowing smile alluded to the blue.

In my head that was a one-liner. Maybe not if I need to add the rest. It was a gentle non-COVID19 dream. Obviously, two of my favorite things collided: Loom-Knitting and Sci-fi. The X-Wing (as I call it–CinDWood– can be used to make larger afghans or sweaters) loom above and the 24 peg baby hat Knifty Knitter. So if you choose to knit a planet one should choose the blue one.

On that thought and straying from the one-liner, what would you choose to take with you on the spaceship between planets? I see the shows and wonder how can they just sit there and not be knitting or crocheting that whole time. So many things could be ready at landing. Much worry and angst could be averted.

Badge by Laura @ riddlefromthemiddle.com

Badge by Laura @ riddlefromthemiddle.com

 

One-liner Wednesday is a Linda G. Hill prompt. So it #WDIIA

 

One-Liner Wednesday #WDIIA


After days of rain and cold, this was a clear-skied sunset.

Yeah. It’s still cold. Blurry is due to shivering. 35 degrees tonight.

Again, a very busy day so I haven’t much to show. Tomorrow I will be getting envelopes ready for the mail. I’ll take pictures before I send them. But I won’t be able to show you until the posted goods reach their recipients.

 

One-Liner Wednesdays are an easy fun prompt given to us by Linda G. Hill. Check out her blog!


Half-Birthday Beach Parties Are The Best!

That’s the One-Liner for Wednesday answering the #What Day Is It Anyway? question. Except the Half-birthday was two days ago. So here’s how it happened:

My friend sent out little boxes to those who attended. And she sent the Zoom address to get us to the party.

The box:

An alligator squirt gun, a shell-shaped soap, a Booktastic trivia card, a baggie of wipers, a postcard from the beach, and a beach ball. I immediately blew up the ball.

Sorry for the quality it is a picture of a picture, and so on, and so on.

So despite the lock-down, lack of money, Weather that tries not to look like June, my Half-Birthday Virtual Zooming  Beach Party was a success! I have fun friends!

 

One-Liner Wednesday


Why do I have such a hard time finding a one-liner when all around me is YARN!

Thank you, Linda G. Hill for this fun, easy prompt.

One-Liner Wednesday!

One-Liner Wednesday


What Better?

This was a line-up of Beetles for One-Liner Wednesday from Pixabay.com

 

On a side note: Remember the cold weather complaints? Wasn’t that a couple days ago? Yeah, 84 today with plenty of humidity for feeling yucky. No to mention my silly dog was sick and shaking all night because of her obsession with kitty litter. So we are all tired today. She actually ate treats for being good. But then I daughter her over the litter again. Remind me why I like dogs?

A day of yuck!

yuck

One-Liner Wednesday


 

I happen to feel that the degree of a person’s intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting attitudes she can bring to bear on the same topic.

 

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One-Liner Wednesday


Rainy days and Wednesdays…

 

And that was my One-liner for Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday/A2Z Y


Just a quickie, I need to go over and log a thousand words in yWriter. The Pandas are needing my help in the Pandamapocalypse!

#WDIIA, #A2Z, Y, #One-Liner Wednesday

 


Shave and a haircut–Eugene!

That’s the One-liner for Wednesday and “S” for A2Z challenge that easily answers ‘What Day Is It Anyway?’. Bam! Take that!

SO, here is what I promised yesterday. This long hair has very few good days as it gets in my eyes and tickles my ears like bugs crawling on me. Here is the fairly good before. See? Combed back with my head tilted back not a problem. But who can run around like this?

Yeah, I don’t know how to do a selfie. I do have eyes that open!

Series of excuses for everything in no particular order:

Over Seventy

Have to wear glasses (not good for self-haircuts)

fibro/arthritis that lowers my energy to do anything

It’s raining

Bad mirror system

Razor in razorcomb dull on the longer side and not quite sharp enough on shorter side

Found out that ambidextrous doesn’t play well with baseball, crochet, or haircutting. Especially with the CombPal Scissor Clipper.

Sorry. I figured folks who don’t care would have quit reading by now. Oh, one final excuse. Flowbee doesn’t work and company following COVID19 suggestions so I can’t get the replacement part I need which I applaud, yet it saddens me.

Since the above didn’t work for me and I tried the method that I used on my babies. Finger-comb cut which makes everything about an inch long (fatter fingers longer skinny fingers shorter)

But lack o’ glasses caused this sore bit that caused me to quit, for now, fingers didn’t need to be cut. Just saying.

The sides and top turned out okay. I can’t see the back and I’m not finished so nicer front view first:

Now the reason for Eugene in the one-liner. It seems I now have the Eugene Top-Hat from The Walking Dead.

But I’m not stuck with it. My wonderful spouse says he will do the back for me, YAY!

So how is your pandemic going?

P.S. Wordage count for CampNaNo is 27,509. But I am still working on it.

 

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