Sunday, April 15th, 2012
According to a generous sampling of Six-Word Memoirs, while we have mixed feelings about winter, summer and fall, spring seems to be a unanimous crowd-pleaser.
With Easter and Passover behind us, and lighter, longer days fighting to shake off the chill of winter, spring is most definitely in the air. With every day that passes, budding flowers, cuter outfits, and grills galore emerge from a (mild) winter of hibernation.
But before you lace up your espadrilles, refill your propane or get to gardening, be sure to check out the spring-inspired Six-Word Memoirs below. Click on an author’s name to see more of his/her Six-Word memoirs.
Spring is flirting with my tulips. -skyrocketjones
Spring flowers. Winter weather. Summer soul. -lovesixwords
Spring! Packing away black winter wardrobe. -K822
Spring offically commences, toes legally exposed. -notjustagirlintheworld
Hired cleaner for major spring exorcism. -Amapola
Crossword, coffee, conversation. Serene spring Sunday. Dean8605
The spring in my step rusted. -notyouraveragegrandma
Leftover Passover eggs, colored for Easter.-Lykrah
Easter bunny came, self control left. -mourningdove
Spring. Children smell of wild onions. -Believe
I’m springing my biological clock ahead. -ton
Winter ends 80 degrees, spring begins 50 degrees. -Knoxena
Refresh, Replenish, Revive, Refuel, Rehydrate, Renew. -RoAM
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