Saturday, March 31, 2012

My 6 word stories about slicing

Slice of Life #31

Writing everyday for 31 days straight.
Definitely a  new experience for me.
Where can I get new ideas?
From school, life, church, and friends.
Funny words, events, history and hopes.
Would others comment on my blog?
How would I know before posting....
Surprisingly, many strangers have commented daily
I hope to return their kindness.
I am a writer, published writer!!!
Thank you to Stacy and Ruth!

Thank you for all the great bloggers!
You have played an important role
in encouraging me to share my
thoughts, ideas, plans, stories, poems, words
in a brand new format: blog!

You have all encouraged me tremendously!!
What are my writing plans now?
Maybe Tuesday slicing until March 2013???
Keep writing, until we meet again!!!!

29 comments:

  1. What a fun format for your last slice of the challenge. I hope you'll continue on Tuesdays!

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  2. I keep staring at SIx Word Memoirs sitting on my end table wanting to give it go. I love your list. The SOLS Challenge is a great experience in a great community.

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  3. The six word deal seems challenging. I'll have to try it too! See you on Tuesdays!

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  4. I've enjoyed reading your work this month. Six word stories is one more idea for me to try.

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  5. I will be trying the six word challenge!
    Hope to be there on Tuesdays too!

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  6. What a nice collection of reflective six words.
    Kevin

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  7. Six words might help some with writing phobia to take six small steps! It seems possible. Thanks for sharing your technique this month!

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  8. That is some great work with those 6 words :)

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  9. So many of your words are echoing in many minds, "Would others comment on my blog?" Don't we all have that thought? The feedback gives us motivation to continue. See you Tuesdays!

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  10. Way to Go Jaana! I am going to try 6 words soon. Maybe on Tuesday. See you then.

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  11. I love six word memoirs. Have you ever gone to the web site? http://www.smithmag.net/ There are some really great ones there and ideas for using them. This is a wonderful way to say good-bye to March. Hope to read you again on Tuesday!

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    1. Thanks for the website! I will definitely visit the site.

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  12. I love six word memoirs!
    What a great way to reflect on the process.

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  13. Love how you've thought aboutt the process!

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  14. This idea entered in my notebook. See you on Tuesdays; slice on!

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  15. I love the 6 word challenges and thank you for great Slices and wonderful comments.
    TUESDAY!
    bonnie

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  16. Great final post! I am hoping to be there on Tuesdays as well.

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  17. So fun to read your six word slices! I look forward to sharing it with my students. I'm hoping to join the Tuesday slicing group.

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  18. I am glad that you did more 6 word stories. It was a unique way to capture your experiences this month.

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  19. Great post and I will try this. I have shared these before but never attempted it myself. Thanks and Tuesday it is!

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  20. These six word stories tell it all. What a great and challenging month it has been. I think I'm committing to Tuesdays, but first I'm going to try the 30 Day Poetry Challenge. (Check it out on Facebook)

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  21. Bob Dylan once said that he tries to make it so every line of a song could be a first line. Perhaps this format begs the challenge of making each line count. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. I love your list. You have inspired me to try my own in a future slice.

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  23. Amazing, huh, that the month is over and we did it! Congratulations!

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  24. You create lovely music with your words and ideas. It has been great reading your lyrical posts. Hope to see you again at another SOL experience or on a bookcover!

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  25. The Six Word Stories was one of the ideas I wanted to attempt - maybe Tuesday I will try it! I love this post. It was fun to watch your writing! I hope it continue to see it on Tuesdays and possibly beyond?!?! :)

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