6 word memoirs: crafty, carefree, calming.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

I simply love 6 word memoirs! Ernest Hemingway became one of the most notable 6-word authors when he crafted these memorable half-dozen words:

"For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn."

I started writing them a couple of years ago at a conference. At that time, I was going through a rough time and wrote this memoir in recollection of how I was feeling and what I was going through at the time: "Dad lied. The world stopped turning."

Since then, I have written several related to my teaching style and my own life.

"I picture essays flying with fire."

"Students make me smile every day."

"Motto: serve others with a smile."

"Floating in a sea of paperwork."

I love this challenge of writing one for success! Here ya go!

"Consistency leads to joy in me."
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