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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

One Liner Wednesday

I'm posting the last line I've written/read/spoke on Wednesdays and encouraging you to do the same. 

I haven't written anything for a few days, so I'm going with the last line I've read this week.  

From Identical by Ellen Hopkins:

What snatches my immediate 
attention is Greta, hand in hand
with the same gentleman who 
visited a few weeks ago. (page 346)

What's the last thing you wrote?


Bethany Elizabeth said...

Interesting idea! Last thing I wrote today (even though it's technically tuesday) was this: “Yes, it probably is.”
Not all that exciting out of context, though. :)

Miranda Hardy said...

I wrote a short story yesterday. The last line is a bit cliche: "Well, you don't see that every day."

Jessica Bell said...

This :o)

vic caswell (aspiring-x) said...

last thing i said- to my jude (5):
"you wouldn't be cold, if you didn't refuse to wear clothes!"

Kim said...

How 'bout what am I thinking?

Why is it when The Boy is cold in the morning, he turns the heat up to 80, and we all die a slow death, and when he wakes up hot, he turns the air on to 68?

Maybe it's too early to discuss thermodynamics.

Carolyn V said...

It too tired to remember. Oh wait, your post was the last thing. Can I count that? ;)

GigglesandGuns said...

Spoken like a true sweet-freak, "M-mmm cake!!"

My eloquence sometimes amazes even me.

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

I've been sick all week...UGH! I haven't read or wrote much. I did say, "Go potty, Macy" just a few minutes ago...

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I congratulated Vicki C. for winning Melissa's book.
Now that's a bit coincidental, don't you think?

Angela Felsted said...

Hey Vicki! It has been forever since I visited your blog, which is totally my loss.

How are you? Hmmm, the last sentence I wrote (in a poem)is: ten years
of fidelity torn to shreds
as i hold the hand-delivered
envelope inside my palm.