Although I rarely make new year resolutions any more. They rarely work and when they do, they usually last for about a day or two.
This year I thought I’d spare the guilt and remorse by setting a different type of goal. What if I did something small and achievable, and didn’t require more than a one time commitment of a few minutes. Surely I could do that.
In my last post of 2016, I suggested that people tell their stories. What if that story was only six words? Yes, just six words.
One of my favorite writing devices is the six-word story. The concept is based on an unconfirmed rumor that Ernest Hemmingway said he could tell a story in only six words. Supposedly he wrote, “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
So, here is mine: “Hepatitis C gave me a story.”
Here is a link to more six-word stories: What’s Six?