Or not. It’s not like I’m running to be the next guy to attempt to sink the ship of state. No, I’m just submitting an entry in Linda G. Hill’s kinda-sorta-annual One-Liner Wednesday Badge Contest.
I entered last year, too. I didn’t win. I didn’t win the popular vote or the Electoral College vote. I got a few votes, the winner didn’t win by a
landslide wide margin bigly amount. But, he won, and I liked his badge.
I have a ton of pictures of birds on this particular intersection of wires. Maddie and I pass them almost every Saturday, and they’re up there yammering up a storm. I’m not sure what birds talk about. Maybe good places to eat, good trees to nest in, that crazy red dog approaching, that guy with the camera, who knows. Anyway, I gathered a few of my favorites and I asked my daughter, Faith to pick one.
In true Antion family fashion, she picked three and gave honorable mention to two more.
We both liked the photo of the two birds with the fuzzy moon, but it didn’t work with “one line, many voices” which I wanted to include. Two can’t be ‘many’ and “one line, a couple of voices” wouldn’t do justice to Linda’s weekly prompt.
So, I stepped up, made the big decision, decided what to trim, where to crop, what font to use, and pushed save. Feel free to look in the gallery and tell me how bad a choice I made, but Linda only allows one entry per person, and I’ve made mine. May the best badge win.
Regardless of whose badge you like, please vote and consider supporting One-Liner Wednesday. Linda brings us this super-fun way to share an interesting bit of conversation, a few words, song lyrics, all manner of stuff, each Wednesday. I enjoy the prompt, the challenge and I love reading the things the others come up with. Oh, and don’t be discouraged by the “one-line” thing. I’ve heard that some people exceed that limit…bigly.