The Language of Six Word Sentences.
I now commit myself to six-speak.
It began with the New Yorker. They are smart creative people there. They created six word memoir contests. These memoirs instantly became wildly popular. Plumbers, preachers, and many others participated. So much so fast was unexpected. The first day their server crashed.
I love the idea, don’t you? Why not try it yourself today? Speak in sixes if you dare. Post it on our Facebook Page. The top three get fifty bucks. That’s fifty dollars’ worth of jewels. The rest get who knows what. Fun, challenges, chuckles, jewels, and games.
My favorite from the New Yorker? It made me laugh out loud.
A very witty plumber wrote it. “Fix a toilet, get paid crap.”Reading it always gets me laughing.
It’s complete thoughts we’re looking for.
Am I smart enough to understand?
I am smart enough to understand.
Yes, I’m game enough to play.
Being “out there” is such fun!
Nothing gives us bigger yuks than the fashion victims starting back at us from the old photos of ourselves at what we though was our most alluring. This month, share your fashion mentors and the advice they gave you. Go here right now and post your stuff! We want pictures AND the wisdom of Moms, wacky aunts and crazy teachers everywhere!!!
Would you take hair tips from Snooky? How about fashion advice from Queen Elizabeth? Even the royal jewels don’t provide enough wattage to outshine some of those matronly pastel ensembles. Two divergent personalities. Two strong personal styles. Either or Neither could be an inspiration or an abomination
Which brings us back to what momma said all along: wear what suits you, always wear clean underwear and don’t dress like a street walker unless you’re walking the streets.
1. Never be bullied into bad fashion choices. Whatever they are (to you).
2. Never allow yourself to be a (fashion) victim. Take full responsibility!
3. Do not accept anyone else’s definition of personal style: define your own.
4. Don’t dress like you’re cleaning out the basement (unless you’re cleaning out the basement).