Please tell me what you think life is like and be in my book.
A few days ago I wrote Life is not just like a bowl of cherries. Life is a sink full of dirty dishes.
Today I say, “Life is a pickle.”
Sweet and sour.
Life is not all good and life is not all bad.
If the pickle only tasted sour, it would be hard to swallow. If the pickle was only sweet, it would not have the tangy crunch to it.
I like crunchy pickles.
I like my life to be crunchy.
Please tell me what you think life is like.
Please write your wise words in the comment section, or you may write a blog post about what you think life is, and put your link in the comments. ( Keep it rated G, or GGMMRT, which stand for Good Grief My Mother Reads This.)
I look forward to hearing what you think life is like.
Oh, by the way,Goodreads has 14,661 quotes on what famous people think about life. I can read on Goodreads what Dr. Seuss, Marilyn Monroe, Mae West, Robert Frost, or Oscar Wilde think about life.
But, I want to know what you think.
I want to know what Iya, Robin, Jessica, Kathleen, Christa, Shannon, Nick, John, Renee, James, Chris, Jeff, Andy, Shannon, Anastasia, Sue, Patricia, Bryan, Joe, Stacey, Winnie, Anne, Joyce, Brianna, Audrey, Janelle, Nancy, Kim , Diane, Lotta, Shelley, Berdeane, Laura, Sue, Katina, George, David, Andy, Tony, Sylvia, Donna, Scott, Joan, Alene, Devani, Kath, Joy, Nick, Josh, Dave, Vincent and …. Please add your name here…
( As I started to type names, I realized how many names there are in the world.)
Come on, what do you really think life is like?
Some of the comments will be illustrated and made into a little book that will be sold on Amazon Kindle. For your kindness in letting me use your comment you will get a free digital copy of the book to give away to friends. You can give away as many copies as you want to. Give one to your mother, and one to your mailman.
The deadline for contributing is October 31st, 2013. ( There will be a weeks grace period, just in case you ate too much candy and can’t get to the typewriter at the end of October.)