Thursday, June 2, 2011

Six Word Memoir: Adolescence

Today I'm linking up with MamaKat for her Writers' Workshop!

1.) Six Word Memoir: Write about a significant time in your life in just six words.


Hop on over to MamaKat's place to read more writing prompts!

Texan Mama


Gigi said...

I remember feeling like that a time or two.

Ellen Stewart (aka Ellie/El/e/Mrs. Seaman) said...

Here's mine:

We'd have been such good friends.

Mommy Lisa said...

I am sure everyone feels like that from time to time. A girl I saw as very popular wrote a book and described how unpopular she felt.

Dumb Mom said...

Boo to those words. You should write about now. Because being awesome at motherhood, at wifedom, at photo taking, at blogging, and probably a ton of other junk I don't even know about, has to be more significant than that cruddy bit of life when being popular mattered, right?!

Adrienne said...

oh, those were the days! Glad they're long behind all of us!!

Jennifer said...

So glad I'm not a teenager anymore.

K said...

I'm glad I got out of those years, and I pray my daughters won't struggle through them like I did. But then again, doesn't every teenager find those years a struggle? Sigh :) I love your blog and look forward each week to seeing the big state of Texas pop up on Mama Kat's workshop so I know to see what you wrote!

Don E. Chute said...

I was a adolescent then, and I felt for those who used the other 5 words.

Being a ole Fart is soooo much easier!

leslie@gleaninggrace said...

teenage years are definitely years I do NOT want to re-live!
While I would never revel in another person's struggles, it is somewhat calming to know that even those I thought were confident, secure, popular, etc.- had all those same feelings too.
That makes us normal, right?

The Reason You Come said...

I remember adolescent angst so well!