Saturday, July 2nd, 2011
This past week, many followed the latest twists in the Casey Anthony case, the season finale of The Voice, or the drama of The Bachelorette, and others kept checking media outlets until same-sex marriage got the green light in New York. Just as these events drew an audience, so did this week’s submissions of Six-Word Memoirs. Each day SMITH community members comment on each other’s stories, choose favorites, and give kudos to one another for inspiring words. Below are the best memoirs of the week ending July 1. Click on each memoirists name for more sixes from that person.
Best Collaboration: “Yes, let’s ruin our lives together.” -justinegabbana, with many “favorites” from the SMITH community and picture above.
Most Clever: “dnim sdrawkcab a fo tcudorp a” -bardicblogger.
Most Mysterious: “Fortune-less fortune cookie, should I worry?” -ChristieMeB, with one of the most commented on memoirs of the week.
Toughest Narrative Arc: “Wedding dress in the charity bin.” -Shari_Berkowitz
Most Writerly Response: “Discovered daughter’s SMITHTeens; boy, she’s mad.” -attorneymom
Best Reason to Go to Work: “Because bacon won’t bring itself home.” -dishcontroller from our new Six Words About Work topic.
Plus: Win an Ipad2 or BlackBerry Playbook by entering our Six Words About Work challenge. Every two weeks the work topic changes and new winners are announced.