January 10, 2010

Six Word Memoirs: I dare you!

Go here and read this:
The beauty of the six-word memoir / The Christian Science Monitor -
Some find them ridiculous but I call them beautiful. They are six-word memoirs. Six-word memoirs? Yes – pithy little verbal packages that convey more than you might imagine.

It all started with Ernest Hemingway who proved to a friend that he could write a "novel" in six words: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." 
Here's mine, off the top of my head. Find closed doors; kick them down.

I was gonna get all smooth and invite y'all to create your own using Mr. Linky. But it appears I would have to pay money (which I'm a little short on) to make that work. So... please use the comment section to play. If you're a fellow blogger, feel free to link to your own Six Word Memoir post.

Tag, you're it!


  1. Mothering theory. Practical momming. Balancing barely.

  2. Sounds too much like "Hope they have beer in heaven".


    Expected perfection, failed, quit, then learned.


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