Thursday, August 26, 2010

Your life in one sentence

Hello Owls and Possums!

We have had some very grammar dense postings lately so I thought I would lighten us up by inviting readers to write their life in one sentence.

Many famous people have used this technique to inspire themselves and to achieve great things.
Our Grammar Gang challenge is to describe your life, or what you would like to be remembered for, in one sentence.
A simple sentence contains one idea. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a fullstop.

Watch this two minute video clip:

Give it some deep thought and send us your sentence -grammatically correct of course!
Susanna Carter


Leah Marie said...

I think this roots back to my blog elevator pitch...

She believed education could change the world with the availability of educational choices, and she fought hard for it.

Andrea Duff said...

Lovely, Leah Marie!

Watkinson said...

This is great... I'm going to forward this to some friends.

He had stories to tell and knowledge to share, which can he did in the endless pages he wrote.

Anonymous said...

She inspired people with her art and helped them connect to their creative selves.

Jose M. Blanco said...

He was a good father who loved life and helped others reach their potential.

Thanks for the thought-provoking prompt.

Susanna Carter said...

Wonderful comments guys. It really makes you think when you try to distill what you value into a sentence!

Carrie said...

She was a mother and a daughter, a sister and an aunt, a cousin and a niece, a teacher who taught others how to learn, and, most importantly, a child of God.