Wednesday, March 12, 2008

This Says it All
Okay, Dcup didn't tag me, but she inspired me. On March 8 she wrote her own minimalist memoir. "A stripped down tale of this life in six words." She invited five "tagees" to write theirs too.
Here are the rules:
1. Write your own six word memoir.
2. Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like.
3. Link to the person that tagged you in your post.
4. Tag five more blogs with links.
5. And don’t forget to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play!

So...uninvited party crasher that I am, I will now play the game. Here is MY life in six words:

Always scared, I did it anyway.

Okay, how about YOU, electro-kevin, Katie, Mr. Bananas, Dr. Monkey, Josh, and Miss Smack ?




9 comments:

jewgirl said...

That is a beautiful sentence.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Hey sugar booger, I just did this one. Tag me the next time and if I haven't done it in a while I'll be glad to do it. Thanks for thinking of me.

electro-kevin said...

Thanks for thinking of me too, MZ.

"I came, I saw, I left"

(We came, we saw, we conquered)

I've put myself in positions of such opportunity and never taken them when I should have done.

Distributorcap said...

if that is you, you are brave

if that isnt you, you are still brave

Ms Smack said...

"Feel the Fear & do it anyway"

Sorry for delay in seeing your post. I've been very anti-blog-social cos it's too hot to sit by the computer when I could be fanning myself outside, darlin'

xx

Dr. Zaius said...

"...I did it anyway." I'm guessing that you work for Adidas...? I just tagged you.

Madam Z said...

Jewgirl: Thank you, dear!

Dr. MVM: Darn! I missed it.

EK: I'm sorry to hear that, but it makes an amusing memoir...

DC: It isn't me, but it could have been, if my companion had had a camera at the time.

Ms. S: Feel the heat, fan it away!

Dr. Z: No, I don't work for Adidas, nor am I imitating Sammy Davis Jr...

Globus said...

that's a good six word summary. globus' attempt would be 'i achieve much by under-achieving'.

Catherine said...

I love this! Brilliant! Cat ( P.S. Thank you for the wonderful thoughtful comments on my blog post's - I find that connecting these days is really very helpful to me in my process. )