I am always mindful of my long rambling on the blog. I start typing; I start smiling at nonsense, and before I know it I have punched out too many paragraphs.
Ernest Hemingway supposedly faced some criticism for being a person who enjoyed typing many words. So, the story goes that he bet someone that he could write a story in only six words. The author delivered the following story:
“For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
Marquette Law School legal writing professor decided to ask students to write a story in six-word tales. The Marquette University Law School Faculty blog noted some of the following entries:
“Hanging shingles, he fell into debt”
“Law school. My personal debt crisis”
“ Sanity sustained by pounds of coffee”
“The framers should have been more specific”
“Work harder than ever, no guarantees”
I know what you are thinking… “I wonder if Joel is going to try six word blogs”. On second thought, I really hope you are not thinking that!
DID YOU KNOW that in ancient Rome it was considered a sign of leadership to be born with a crooked nose.
And for pic o’ day I post a “family photo” that makes me laugh:
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