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One Liner Wednesday – Housework?

My family has left after the Christmas and New Year visit and it is time to clean house, do laundry and the million other things that went by the wayside for the past few weeks. Normally I’d be reluctant about housework but this time I really don’t mind. It’s a small price to pay for having such a wonderful time. How do you feel?

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One Liner Wednesday – Fully Charged

I hope you’re all enjoying the Holiday Season. It has been a time for families visiting and their numerous electronic devices plugged into various outlets around the house. So I thought I’d share this with you and give you something to think about.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year!

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One Liner Wednesday – Christmas Humor

I am sure there are many people out there this week who are frantically busy buying Christmas gifts for family and friends. Along with the never-ending shopping list of food and other necessary items some of us lean heavily on our husbands, wives and partners to help with everything. Right? When I came across this funny cartoon recently it really made me laugh.

Wishing you all a very happy Holiday Season and a wonderful New Year.

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One Liner Wednesday – ‘Tis The Season

Are you ready for the holidays? With just over a few weeks away all I have is a rough plan in my head of how it’s going to come together. Oh well, it always has a way of working out. Instead of stressing I am just going to remember that it is a season of sharing. Someone else on my team might pick up the ball and run with it, right?

Have a great Wednesday and Happy Holidays!

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One Liner Wednesday – Junk Drawer

We all have them don’t we? The junk drawer that is probably in your kitchen. I remember always having one and over the years, with each move, the contents of my junk drawer would make the move in its own packing box. On arrival at the house the junk was given its new drawer. Really! It’s crazy I know but the stuff in that drawer doesn’t belong anywhere else.

So the other day I found this little blue plastic thing on the floor. We’d had a guest staying with us and I was so sure it had come off one of her belongings. I texted her a photo of it but it wasn’t hers. So guess where it now lives?

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One Liner Wednesday – Twitterless

After several years of having a Twitter account that had barely been used, I have finally cut the cord and I am now Twitterless!

I signed up for a personal Twitter account back in the day but never actually used it. I found it clumsy and was not sure what I ever wanted to say that was relevant, so it was a non starter. When I started my blog I was encouraged to create another account and put a share button on my pages. For a while I linked my posts to Twitter but to a Twitterer it still meant they had to click to see what I was posting. It seems that might have been too much work for many and my Tweets were hardly ever acknowledged. I like to think that the poetry I write for my blog is meaningful and thoughtful and needs to be read slowly and digested. Twitter therefore was not the ideal platform for my work although it can be for many and others thrive in that environment.

I have a wonderful WP follower who posts my work daily on her own Twitter feed but I notice too that no one ever “likes” those posts either. So I asked myself what actually is the point of Twitter to me? The answer was absolutely nothing.

I deleted both accounts the other day after witnessing Elon Musk ride roughshod over his employees and putting their livelihood at risk. The very next day he announced that he had reinstated Donald Trump’s tweeting privileges. Now I know I did the right thing in getting off there!

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Word of the day – Platform

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