Notre Dame Prep: In Six Words

In recent years, social media has provided a large canvas for authors who are eager to share their stories or memoirs…in six words.

Probably the most famous six-word story, which is often credited (without substantiation) to Ernest Hemingway, reads: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” This is an extreme example of short or “flash fiction,” which is celebrated on “Flash Fiction Day” in May.

Well, in the spirit of love, which imbues the month of February, NDP took to social media to ask friends what they love about NDP in six words. Here is a brief sampling of what they had to say.

 

So tell us, what do YOU love about NDP…is six words? Bluenote want to know!

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