๐Ÿ˜ Something we really like about ourselves, in 6 words


Gah, talk about nostalgia.

I’m watching Cobra Kai, and wow, do the memories come rushing back. I was a big Ali fan back then, in Karate Kid. Now, I kind of have a thing for Shannon, Robbie’s mom.

Here’s some more nostalgia: 6 words on Coach Daddy.

Remember these? I ask a friend, stranger, blogger, or strange blogger friend to answer a prompt in six words. Then, I publish everyone’s answers here in a post with a link to their blogs.

I encourage all participants to visit the blogs above and below their links. We tend to share this one a bunch, so we get more exposure, and exposure to more blogs. It’s like a co-op for writers.

The prompt this time: What’s one thing you really like about yourself, in six words?

Check out this site for more fun prompts.

Let’s do this.
  1. I do not give up easily.
    Arto, of Artoโ€™s Health Info
  2. I was a teacher. Enough said.
    Theresa, of Fab in Your Fifties
  3. Brilliantly unique, Hilariously Funny, Kind eyes ๐Ÿ’œ
    Michelle M., of Tell Me About It โ€ฆ
  4. Young mind, old soul, open heart.
    Ana, of Blessed With a Star on the Forehead
  5. always sees the good around her.
    Beth, of I didnโ€™t have my glasses on โ€ฆ
  6. I’m late, but hey, I try!
    Mimi, of Messy Mimiโ€™s Meanderings

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  1. I am every one’s best friend!
    Tiffany, of Sounds Like Life to Me
  2. I am an extremely selfless person.
    Dijana, of Hazel Eyes Mom
  3. When I’m down I rise up.
    Lisa, of Lisa Thomson Live – Divorce, Fiction, Short Stories
  4. I have great hair most days.
    Charlotte, of My Pixie Blog
  5. Knowing myself better as I age.
    Meredith S., of The Mom of the Year
  6. Iโ€™m smart, funny, and usually kind.
    Sharon C., of Sharon E. Cathcart
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  1. I listen deeply and I see.
    Carrie C., of Lead our Lives
  2. Stretch marks, beautiful signs of life.
    Kelly W., of Mindfully Mad
  3. My creativity that never switches off.
    Anthea B., of My 30-something Adventures
  4. You never have to be alone.
    Donna M., of DJ Ranch
  5. My body’s ability to stay active.
    Josie L., of A Family Afloat
  6. I make friends everywhere I go.
    Claire N., A Field Trip Life
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  1. I’m prone to listen with heart.
    Lisa T., of The Prolific Pulse
  2. I’ve learned to acknowledge my mistakes.
    Kathy G., of The Second Half of My Life
  3. My strength shines in tough situations.
    Hillary G., of Feeling Beachie
  4. My willingness to make myself happy.
    Sara L., of Heart of the Story
  5. Iโ€™m sensitive and a great listener.
    Miriam B., of Out Anโ€™ About
  6. Without thought, quick-witted funny remarks.
    Matthew R., of My Mashed Up Life
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  1. I see and fix my flaws.
    Court, of Court is Here Now
  2. I am loyal to a fault.
    Janice D., of Janice Dimock
  3. I never give up on dreams.
    Ingrid K., of Ingrid Zen Moments
  4. My shameless honesty, sassiness, and optimism.
    D., of The Opinionated D
  5. My mixed races broaden my horizons.
    Gina L., of She’s Overflowing
  6. Always trying to find the funny.
    Stephanie J., of When Crazy Meets Exhaustion
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  1. No longer cares what people think.
    Deb, of Deb Runs
  2. Being the experiencer of my experience.
    Brandon J., of We Maxed Out
  3. I make them laugh out loud.
    Alison T., of Sparkly Shoes and Sweatdrops
  4. Peaceful spirit and fire red hair.
    April S., of Stories of Our Boys
  5. My happiness shines through my eyes.
    Corey W., of Nostalgia Diaries
  6. My optimistic outlook on my life.
    Cassie D., of Loving Life With Cass
  1. I’m always up for an adventure.
    Stephanie M., of The Scenic Suitcase
  2. My empathy and compassion for others.
    Samantha D., of A Purpose In Pain
  3. True to myself, regardless of others.
    Melanie H., of Melanie Hooyenga
  4. Strength I feel during long runs.
    Teri B., of Snarkfest
  5. I remain calm in a crisis.
    Jo, of JoHawk The Writer
  6. I am comfortable in my chaos.
    Eli P., of Coach Daddy blog

What would your six words be?

25 Comments

  1. So many wonderful bloggers with so many wonderful qualities and gifts. Hope youโ€™re well Eli. Iโ€™m still sensitive and a great listener! ๐Ÿ˜„

    1. I love these, and am so happy to be able to call on so many wonderful writers, Miriam. You included! Life is good. We should catch up! Email me … mine to you bounced back.

      1. Life IS good Eli I agree (despite being laid up in bed with a head cold for the past five days!)
        Hmm, donโ€™t know why your email bounced … but you can always find me on Messenger. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. What a fantastic way to start a new month and new week off! I can’t pick a favorite because they are all amazing! Happy Monday Eli๐Ÿ™Œ

  3. I’ve missed you, and these prompts! Thanks so much for sharing and will absolutely bookmark to visit some new-to-me bloggers. I love these ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. How is life treating you? And how are your kiddos? And Cobra Kai? I might be the only person who has no idea what this is all about (karate? 80s nostalgia? Both and nothing at all?). Good to be back.

    1. I’ve missed you too, Charlotte! I love the array of bloggers here, some I’ve known for years, others, for a shorter time.

      Life is good here! Changing, evolving, and I wish I had time to write about it. The girls are great: Madison just started a new job in California, Hayden is home from college for the weekend, and Camdyn is out of town for a college soccer showcase.

      Cobra Kai is totally about the nostalgia. 80s nostalgia. The characters, the connections. It’s like the newer Star Wars movies for me, Charlotte. At one point, every man my age had soggy eyes at one scene, because it really hit us. For Cobra Kai, it’s seeing what became of those characters, how they’re doing in the age of Facebook and smartphones, and feeling those pangs of screen crushes on some characters. It’s been incredible.

      I can’t wait for a new season!

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