Thursday, November 19, 2009

Along the Same Lines...

Yesterday I wrote about the six word stories which reminded me of the six word memoir. I wrote mine back when I first began blogging. Here it is:
Life is Good ~ Sing it Loud!

Have you seen the meme asking for a six word autobiography yet? What a cool idea. What a difficult task. How to sum up a life in a few words and not sound like a bumper sticker? My first thought when I saw the meme was relief that I was unlikely to ever be given such a task. It's funny that I remain untagged, but have written my perfect six word autobiography. I came up with it in less than a minute when I gave a title to this picture. At the time, I didn't have a clear idea for this post. I just knew I had to write about the picture that moved me so much. I thought titling it was a good place to start, even though I can't claim the honor of photographing it. This picture is so me that when I described it, I realized I had described myself pretty well - autobiography well. Life is Good - Sing it Loud!
  • I'm a top-of-my-lungs-out-the-car-window kind of singer.
  • I'm a cry-at-Hallmark-commercials passionate woman.
  • I'm a want-to-hug-you-when-I-see-you-when-I-leave-you-and-any-time-you-make-me laugh kind of person.
  • I laugh often and loud.
  • I'm a roll-down-the-hill-in-my-Sunday-clothes kind of girl.
  • I say "Yes!" and "Why not?" more often than "No" or "We'll see."
  • I still ride on the merry-go-round every chance I get, and I race my daughter for the highest swing at the playground.
Life is Good - Sing it Loud! That's me.
And you? What's your six word memoir?


19 comments:

PixieDust said...

What a beautiful philosophy, I love your story...

:-)

Here's mine:

Sown in tears, harvested in laughter...

(((hugs))),
love,
me

Heart2Heart said...

Relyn,

I love this post! So memorable and truly beautiful.

Living Life to the fullest everyday! Would have to be mine!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

smith kaich jones said...

Girl. You always make me think and I come back and I think some more and sometimes I just go away still thinking, with no answer. :) Y'all are good and I am tempted to say "She sells seashells by the seashore" as mine because I have nothing. LOL! I will have to go away and think some more.

:) Debi

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Oh my...this one will require some thought. I love Pixie's!

Sue

beth said...

you and I like to live the same way...let's go play right now and laugh our loud until we wake those who roll their eyes at us for living !

Char said...

i don't think i could top pixie.

hmmmm

ups, downs, they all shaped me.

Rita of Grammy's Sweet Nothings said...

It sounds just like you. You have always been full of laughter, even when you were small. I love your enthusiastic attitude about life! Love ya! Grammy

Meri said...

Well (hugs to you, too), how about:

Always turning to face the sun.
So much still left to do.
Learning to loose the goddess within.
Love never leaves, it nestles inside.
I create and thus become myself.

Shall I keep going?

Jeanne said...

Save the planet
It has CHOCOLAT

love you
Jeanne

Jessica said...

Deep breath in- cherish the day.

Your six word autobiography is so perfectly you:) I hope you are having a lovely week!

Derrick said...

Hi Relyn,

That's a great autobiography line - as are all your other predelictions!

As for me:
Wait a minute, while I think!

Alicia @ boylerpf said...

I would so love to be your neighbor and hopefully garner some of that wonderful energy you exude! You're right..life IS good!
I've got to really think about my six words...such a great meme!

Mrs. E said...

I love this...but it is challenging!

Born in sunshine- lives in laughter.

yep, that pretty much sums it up!

spread your wings said...

i'll have to think on that one. but yours? oh wow. so beautiful and says so much about you. i love how you say you're a roll down the hill in sunday clothes kind of girl.

Debbie said...

Well now that is just splendid (my Grandpa Amsler's favorite word). Hey that also has 6 words but it isn't my 6 word story. Mine would be

I will be - an open book.

Marilyn Miller said...

I'm still back thinking about the Robert Schuller quote. That one just stirred my thinking.

Her heart sings with earth beauty.

That is what is popping in my mind right at this moment. And you add to that beauty.

Lubna said...

Hi
I was away and without internet accessibility hence I am visiting after what seems like ages.
My six word story would be: Wondering wanderer on an insightful journey.

Dandy said...

Clap at all the little things!

What a great activity!

Patti said...

I love this!!! I think mine would be: Trying hard to do it well...

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