Collette who suggested this question,
"Six word memoirs are exactly how it sounds: your life in six words. The history behind it is that Ernest Hemingway was asked to write a complete short story in as few words as possible. His response was, 'For sale: Baby shoes, never worn.' This then errupted into a way to tell sad, sweet, honest tales. Some examples from the book Not Quite What I Was Planning:
'The miserable childhood leads to royalties.' -Frank McCourt
'I've done it all except hear.' -Mrlee Matlin"
So let's get started, shall we!
Day 2: Write a [few] six word memoir[s]
- Grateful for the life I have.
- Sometimes, I fall up the stairs.
- I love you my Lillie Mae.
- I kissed a girl - not bad.
- Grilled cheese you are my kryptonite.