It’s been a busy, fun and full week with my family and the Thanksgiving holidays. I have missed writing, but it’s so totally hard to type with a fork full of pumpkin pie in my hand. I do have lots of ideas ruminating in my head for upcoming posts, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, yesterday wrapped up the end of my third month of my 6 word memoir experiment. It’s hard to believe that I’ve chronicled over 90 daily entries! I truly love this project, and I get such a kick when other people tell me that they’ve been inspired to do it as well. Today’s post ~ “Science Fair Experiment: Will Child Live?” ~ dedicated to parents everywhere undergoing this arduous annual process.
So it seems only appropriate that today’s inbox brought an announcement from Smith Magazine, the site that popularized the six word memoir:
After a long search for the right partner, SMITH Magazine has teamed up with Spreadshirt to bring the world six-word memoir shirts. Our six-word shop is totally cool. There you’ll find many memoirs from Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six Words Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure, along with editor’s favorites. Even better, you can customize a shirt with your own six-word story in any style you like. Write a six-word memoir for a friend and send that friend a T-shirt for the holidays. How good will your sister look with a T-shirt that says, “We were our own Springer episode?” Exactly.
Spreadshirt is offering free shipping (saves $5) until December 12. When you go to the SMITH-Spreadshirt store, type in the coupon code: SIXWORDS Ideal for: Secret Santas; Teens obsessed with Facebook; grandparents who aren’t; anyone who digs wearable self-expression; T-shirt lovers of all ages. Go shopping at: http://www.sixwordmemoirs.spreadshirt.com
And if you haven’t had a chance, you can check out my OTHER blog ~ Pam-oirs ~ which is dedicated solely to the six word project with an occasional photo or cartoon to supplement the posts because truly …
Sometimes Six Words Says It ALL