PROMPT WORD: ZEST
They called her Exuberant Ellen.
“Wow! Cool!” was her ‘go to’ refrain.
She was equally zesty in sunshine as she was when she danced in the rain.
Fascination was her daily mindset.
Science always ‘blew her away’!
Using drugs just never occurred to her as she remains “high” on life to this day.
30 thoughts on “Six Sentence Story – High on Life”
Thanks, Sadje. Your comments are always a pleasure.
Great use of the prompt. High on life is the best way to be. 😊
I noticed that “nerds” don’t have as big of a tendency to use recreational drugs. At least, in my day they didn’t. Seemed to me that they got enough enjoyment from intellectual pursuits to avoid that ill. ❤
I can attest to the truth of nerd/rd observation you made, Susan .
Great take on a prompt I failed to use.
🙂 Thanks, Nick.
I remember when life was like that…
❤ riding my spider bike on dirt roads all day long in summer, comes to mind…(shhh, helmetless.)
In shorts, no elbow pads…
Very interesting story write you.
So nice use of the prmot “High on life is best way.”
You are most welcome! 🌹
No need for drugs to blur your senses when you’re tuned in to the Natural world.
If you have any trouble doing so, would you like me to link your Six at the inlinkz of Six Sentence Stories?)
I changed my WordPress password and Inlinkx started a game of tag signing back in. I didn’t have time to ‘play’. LOL
Yes. I’d be pleased if you made that connection this time. Thanks. 😁
Will do gladly. Any time , Susan.🌼
I’ll roll up my sleeves and straighten it out soon. Thank-you!
Being “high on life” is a very good kind of high.
😊👍👏 thanks. It’s a good approach for sure.
I like this, I like her! Nice one, Susan.
I know her. 😉 Thanks Keith.
I like how fascination was her mindset and that gave her zest in all circumstances.
I lovely ‘key’ to every wonderful childhood. The lucky ones carry it into adulthood. Thanks, Frank.
The comments between you and John Holton, how did we survive? I was even allowed to go to the store by myself!
Nice story, people who see the fascination of life itself don’t have to numb themselves to it.
🤣😁 No foam padding beneath the slides and swings. We learned that making mistakes hurt! LOL
Such a positive outlook on life.
(If nothing else. as reminder to the more… jaded? of Readers that such a perspective need not be the exception, rather than the rule.)
Oh, yes! How wonderful that would be. Thank-you, Clark.