Dino and Stacy

YOUR LIFE IN ONE SHORT SENTENCE
YOUR LIFE IN ONE SHORT SENTENCE

Entertaining. Reflective. People on Reddit.com gave summing up their lives in ONE SENTENCE a shot. Some weren’t too bad.

“Stepped up to the plate, struck out, but still swinging.” “Adult me is disappointed, but kid me thinks I’m seriously awesome.” “Always played it safe, now life is stable but boring.”

Me? I’ve got a couple. Borrowing from Frank Sinatra – “Yes, I did it MY WAY… that was wrong.” “I gotta be me… but I don’t like me.” “Twenty years at SUNNY 95. Guess I can take that career in medicine OFF hold now.”

But I guess the beauty of the exercise is that it sums up where your life is RIGHT NOW. Things can change, so your sentence can change. Next time lets try doing it in HAIKU. Have a good weekend.

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