Official Kickoff to Summer, in 6 Words

Happy Windjammer Day! Eli at Coach Daddy invited me and 60 other bloggers to celebrate the start of the summer tourist season with his monthly 6 Words post, where we answer a question in only six words. This month’s question: What would you like to do and where this summer? Check out the reblog for everyone’s answers. (I’m #19.)

How about you? What would you like to do and where this summer – in six words? 😉

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It’s been hot in Carolina, y’all.

6 words graphicTriple-digit hot. It hardly gets like this here. Blame global warming, the Tea Party or World Cup officiating if you’d like. Truth is, summer’s hitting us like T-Swift on the music streaming universe. There has to be more to summer than humidity fierce as Julie Johnston’s defense. Right?

Well, there are also tweetable nuggets of wisdom when it comes to the baseball teams we – and when I say we, I mean I – love:

Every month, I compile a post called 6 Words. Ernest Hemingway inspired it when he said any story can be told in a six-word sentence. I ask bloggers, friends, strangers, and a few strange blogger friends to respond to a prompt.

June 24 is…

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8 thoughts on “Official Kickoff to Summer, in 6 Words

  1. Oh, what a fabulous idea to celebrate the coming summer! I’m definitely having a go at this one…

    In the meantime, I’ve also invited you to have a go at a Freewriting Challenge over at my blog:))

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  2. In Kinosaki, finally get some sun!

    (You may remember Kinosaki photos from my W is for Wonder A-Z post… beautiful beach on the Japan Sea, and this year we’re staying a full two days! Very excited. 🙂 )

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