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Every couple of weeks I remind everybody about the origins of the Six Word Memoir and/or the Six Word Project. Last week I printed an excerpt from the Smith Magazine website and surprise of surprises, I got a comment from LARRY SMITH himself!!! I am so excited that he noticed the blog and our own little Six Word Memoirs.
Please read his comment on last week’s Monday blog; he invites all of us to visit the site and leave a Six Word Memoir. Let’s do it!!!
Here are the contributions from some of my most faithful readers – love you guys!!
Snowing again,when will it stop? – Susan Celtic Lady
New York is the Frozen Apple – Gail
White, white…nothing here has color! – Susan
New York City here I come? – Weez
Snow, sleet, rain, my brain drains – Me
Sorry for you readers in California and Texas, I know it must seem like we have a one track mind here in the Northeast. It’s not us who has it, it’s Mother Nature. Snow is the only thing on her mind lately.
And from the book, Not Quite What I Was Planning, Six-Word Memoirs by writers Famous and Obscure.
I did ask to live backwards – Helen Gynn
Forest peace, sharing vision, always optimistic – Dr. Jane Goodall
Bespectacled, besneakered, read and ran around – Rachel Fershleiser
Supported the sublime with uncurbed enthusiasm - Jeff Newelt
Followed white rabbit, became black sheep – Gabrielle Maconi
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