Thank you to everyone who contributed their Six Word Day in a Sentence this week. They were wonderful to read. A number of you took my challenge to use alliteration and as promised, I am presenting those folks with the first virtual printing of Day in the Sentence Dollars. I don’t recommend you use it for holiday shopping but please let us know if eBay or Amazon accepts them.
And so, without further ado, here are your six word collectives:
- local diner mac’n’cheese – oh so delicious! — Sara
- Christmas is coming, no more illnesses? — Amy
- Lavishing Lots of Love on Liam. — Jane
- sunshine sensuous Scottsdale sansstudents sanswork seriously — Lynn C.
- Grades done, snow falling, Christmas begins. — Troy
- Countdown to vacation; three, two, one! — Liza
- Ice and snow assault our senses. — Gail P.
- ill, work, havoc, innovate, tiptoe, holiday! — Joe
- Twitter, Twitter, Twitter, work, sleep, Twitter — David
- Summer floods the fast folding year. — Ken
- The sun always shines on www — Shaun
lots more snow
frowns — Elona
- Mission Failed: No Chanukah Wrap Around — Stacey (who created a wordle of her words)
- (A) Weekend Winter Wallop Wrecks (A) Chanukah Celebration — Bonnie
- Winter wonderland enchants Alice, and us. — Nancy
- Pushy parents pervasively prevent positive perceptions. – Tdawg
- Holiday break brings rest, relaxation, rejuvenation — Karen
- Tired teacher seeks comfort food fast. — Lynn J.
- It’s wonderful to be on vacation! :-))))) — Nina
- Exhausted, satisfied, excited….. holidays are here. — Anne M.
- Soft snow slowly secludes someone seeking serenity. – Mary F.
- And Gail D. added: Note to Self: This is the last year I head off the post office to mail gifts only days before Christmas – totally cuts into my time to wax poetic with alliterations;-)
Thanks to everyone who added their sentences this week. What the heck … you all get Day in a Sentence Dollars … I am feeling generous and infused with the holiday spirit.
NOTE: I AM GIVING DAY IN A SENTENCE THE WEEK OFF THIS COMING WEEK, but be ready for a Year in a Sentence (our annual feature) as we close out 2008. Happy holidays to all of you and your family and friends.
Peace (with sincerity),