In writing down all these family trees and doings and kinships and histories, I've thrown out words with the abundant abandon of a snowplow---scattershot and adjective-laden and full of swooping phrases.
There's a new fad I've discovered: Six Word Memoirs. Condense the story of your life, or the memories or the tenor of your days into six words---concise, terse, telling.
All contributions welcome. This is one of mine:
I'VE HAD MORE FUN SINCE FORTY.
I'd love to hear everyone's own resume-in-a-nutshell.