One liner Wednesday’s

Well here I was today chatting online to a new friend from Pakistan and we were talking about the weather. I told him it was autumn and chilly in Canada. He said he loved winter, so my response was “do you ski or snowboard?” He said “what is this ski you talk about?” That’s when I realized I’m so Canadian I think every country has snow. So how’s it going eh? ?⛄️❄️

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So I sent him this stock photo. A picture’s worth a thousand words.

This is my submission to http://lindaghill.com/ today’s prompt is eh. Check out her post today and all the other talent that link up. You’re awesome enough to do that eh?

Jeanine Lebsack

Writer, research assistant, podcaster, reiki healer, and a passionate advocate for neurodiversity. On my writing journey I’ve discovered a plethora of passions including writing, researching, entertaining through song and dance, with a desire to explore and create something transformational and healing. I believe in the sacred art of storytelling and that there’s power in the written and spoken word. Join me on my journey using the magic of words, music, and heart song. I believe we create ripples of energy that flow throughout the universe and by sharing our stories it creates change, positivity, and healing. Have a listen to my podcast on Spotify and Anchor at House of a Writer.

8 thoughts on “One liner Wednesday’s

  • 3 November 2014 at 5:51 am
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    This is a deceiving picture, making snow look fun. Lol snow is great when its all fluffly and sticks to the ground, then it melts and turns into icy slushy stuff that makes people like me fall on their butss while mother nature laughswith a beaming bright ssunny day with below freezing temps. Lol can you tell I’m also Canadian lol

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    • 3 November 2014 at 5:57 am
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      Yes I agree very deceiving indeed! I call the fluffy snow fun times, and the icy slushy yucky and scary times. Ive fallen and cracked my tail bone in the winter. Thats why Canadian girls rock we handle all types of weather. Sometimes all in one day. ?

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        • 5 November 2014 at 6:35 pm
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          I guess there’s really no place like home. Especially if you move to a place with the same weather pattern. ?⛄️

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