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One-Liner Wednesday-Mocha?

It’s time for Linda G Hill’s One-Liner Wednesday

I told my hairdresser “marrones” not maroon!! 🤣

I know you probably can’t tell in the photo, but my hair is a violet red color. I had asked the hairdresser to go darker and my thought was mocha, as in chocolate brown. Marrones is Spanish for brown, but to her mocha is evidently dark red-which she translated to violet-red. Anyway, that was Monday and she offered to “fix” it for me, but I loved the color so much I told her not to worry about it. It will, however, take a few washings to get the red scalp to go away!

It is cold, rainy, wet, and getting colder by the minute. What a good day to stay in and work on office stuff. I’ve been toying with the idea of trying to sell my other website…

But then, I tell myself, when I’m done with my transcription course and I get ready to market myself as a transcriptionist, won’t I still need one? Should I scrap the old and make a brand new website or keep the one I have and rename it yet again? What do yall think I should do?

My other issue that needs attention is that when I got ready to do my next practice tape, my pedal wasn’t working and I need to figure out if its the pedal or my transcription software acting up.

My office needs organizing already, don’t know if I’ll get around to that, I also have a Diamond Art project begging to be worked on. 😉

I have been neglecting my writing and my practice, so I really have my work cut out for me today. Luckily, supper is made so I have no worries there, save possibly adding a salad. Yesterday, I made soup from our leftover turkey, but the rice swelled in it and it looks more like a casserole than soup, lol. Still, it was edible. 😉

Happy Wednesday everyone or Feliz Mercoles!


One-Liner Wednesday


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