Thursday, September 20, 2012

6-Word Memoir (Writer's Workshop)

I just finished reading Tony Danza’s book about his first year of teaching high school and one of the assignments he was advised to give was to write a 6-word memoir. As he thought of one for himself, it made me think of what mine could be. His was, “Once a fighter, now a teacher.”

When I saw this was one of the prompts for Mama Kat’s Writer’s Workshop, I just had to do it.  My 6-word Memoir is “Living for Jesus all my days.”

Here's my husband's:  "Boston fan for better or worse."  Right now, it's worse:  Patriots lost last week, Red Sox had a terrible season, looks like the Bruins won't be playing for awhile with the strike going on.

What’s yours? It’s harder than you may think—try it and leave your 6-word memoir in a comment for us.

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Kimberly said...

I think that is wonderful.
it is hard. I thought that it would be an easy topic :)

BalancingMama (Julie) said...

Good for you!

MarytheKay said...

I really wanted to do the 6-word memoir...but just couldn't get my brain working. :-) Yours is GREAT!

Kim@Co-Pilot Mom said...

How wonderful that you feel so very connented to your memoir.

A six word memoir was very interesting for me to think about - I usually tend to use many words.

Lisa said...

Very powerful and an admirable goal/life. :)
I love the six word memoir---so packed full of meaning since you have to be picky. I did one last year and another for today. I linked them both on the Writer's Workshop linky (#26 and #27).

Lisa @All That and a Box of Rocks

BeadedTail said...

I tried to think of a 6 word memoir but it's harder than it seems!

Sandee said...

Peace on earth for all eternity.

Have a terrific day Karen. :)

Emily S said...

Very Lovely! This is a lot harder than you think.

Melanie said...

Love this! I usually use so many words, but I loved trying to choose just 6.

Kathryn Caldwell said...

Not an easy task but I like yours!
Stopping by from Mama Kat's!

Steadfast Ahoy! said...

As I'm always starting over to be a better person, here's mine: Every Morning Starts A New Beginning.

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