#1LinerWeds From Me, For A Change

I have a notebook called “Quotes” in Evernote, where I put all the quotes that I find that might come in useful someday, such as on One-Liner Wednesday. I went searching for something and found this, which I might have used in the past, but that’s neither here nor there. I’m pretty certain that I came up with the line back in my “John, the Fiction Writer” days. If you can use it, be my guest.

One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. Now a word about Jell-o Instant Pudding, the terrific new “busy-day” dessert!

19 thoughts on “#1LinerWeds From Me, For A Change

  1. One of the hardest parts of a yoga practice is telling yourself to shut up and be in the moment. The rest of the day is easy. I just babble on and on and on…in my head, of course.


  2. I argue with myself..maybe that’s a problem:) that commercial is hilarious! My mom had those old type beater and I tried using it once….I prefer the motorized one


  3. Conversations with myself keep getting interrupted by me, myself or I – go figure. I use MSoft Word for keeping track of quotes. In fact, I use MSoft Word for most everything since I write for other bloggers. It’s the only way I can keep up.


    1. I used Word when I was working, but didn’t feel a need to invest in it after the copy I was running on my Mac was no longer supported. OpenOffice does everything I need it to do, but even then I don’t use it all that frequently. It can produce a document that Word can work with, but I really don’t have a reason to do that anymore. Mary had a situation recently where she needed to create a bibliography in Word format, and it worked fine.

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      1. I’ve been checking on other options. I used Word when I was working too and am used to how it works. It has a lot to offer which I don’t have the need for most of the features.


        1. OpenOffice and Libre Office are both good choices. They both include a MS-compatible spreadsheet and presentation software, and can produce files that are compatible with Office up to a point (they still can’t produce .docx, .xlsx or .pptx files, but they can read them). Another good choice is Google Docs. Its tools are all online, but they can import and export documents from just about any software package. All of these are free and fully compatible with Office, and work almost exactly the same, and did I mention they’re FREE? 😉

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