It’s twofer Tuesday again and I’m pleased to have another post entry for it.
What I read this week was from Delusions of Grandma by Carrie Fisher (Simon & Schuster, 1994)
“All I can say is that dogs and infants rarely lie. Of course, this could also be because they can’t speak.”
And my contribution to the cause this week comes from my current WIP: A Fly on the Wall.
By way of background, Mrs. Inge Tuckle and Mrs. Dotty Phlebos have discovered the recording unit in the mirror. They realize they are being watched. I’m cheating by throwing in a few more sentences for clarity:
“Are you sure? By whom? Is it the government? Don’t they have better things to do? We’re not that exciting. If it is the government, then let’s bore them to tears. I’ll get my knitting.”
Dotty Phlebos reached over to her purse once more and withdrew a sweater and some very long needles.
“Ha! Purl this, bastards.”
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