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One Liner Wednesday – It’s Raining


“I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way they handle these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.”
Maya Angelou


One Liner Wednesday is brought to us each week by Linda Hill. Check out Linda’s blog to see what others have to say with just one line.

28 thoughts on “One Liner Wednesday – It’s Raining”

    1. I like the rain, I just wish the ground had time to dry out. (Did I tell you we discovered a persimmon tree?)

      It’s not the legs – it’s the bum knee that I’m working on.

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    1. We have a lot of rain as you know. Right now it is an easy gentle rain, but that could change by tonight. Lost luggage is hard especially when traveling to special events.

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  1. I love this quote. I’ve always been impressed by people who can walk in the rain and it doesn’t look like it’s raining at all. I’ve always wondered how people do that. A perfect analogy for life.

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      1. Love that! I always chose to leave my umbrella at home, believing that the rain is really not all that bad, but then I regret it later and wonder why I left it. Also, much like life, but I can’t decide what the umbrella signifies.

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  2. Rain, lost luggage, and christmas lights. Hmmm. Being a gardener rain is important. Not all blessings come on a schedule. And lets face it one does not want to skip a blessing. As for the other two so far I have not lost luggage. Though my attitude is hey you wing it. As for the strings of tangled lights most days I have the patience to deal with them. And now it is cut in half. Still have the outdoor lights to deal with. Now we have a pre-lit tree. And it has changed from tangled to weight. It is much easier to leave the box in place and move one segment of the three part tree. Moving the box is a two person job. How would you like your chaos ? One teaspoon, two, or a bushel basket ?

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    1. I like your analogy about measuring the chaos John. y a live tree every year. Getting it hime and i. The house has becoema chore for the two of us. We do enjoy it though. And blessings? The small ones seem to be the sweetest.

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