STARTING 4/8/17: Six Word Saturday is now being hosted by the lovely Debbie at Travel With Intent. If you aren't already following Debbie, please visit her blog for Six Word Saturday and her beautiful photos. I'll continue to participate from time to time but please go to Debbie's for the official posts.

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Six Word Saturday

The roller coaster's name: atypical depression.

Want to play along? All that's necessary to participate is to describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words. For more information, try clicking here. Feel free to explain or not explain. Add an image, a video, a song, nothing. I love seeing what everyone does with their entries.

Each week (probably on Sunday or Monday), I use to select a bunch of entries to visit.  Or I visit everyone. Or even numbered entries. Or odd numbered entries. Or multiples of three. Depends on what's going on that week.  In addition, please visit the person ahead of you on the list (or visit everyone if you like!). That way everyone receives at least one visit!

If you play along in your blog, please add a link to the Mr. Linky. I appreciate a link back (shiny code below if you like!). Otherwise, you're welcome to leave your six words in this post as a comment.

Please be sure to link either to your main page or (preferably) directly to the 6WS post. Links to blogs that do not contain a 6WS entry will be removed (sorry, just the button in the sidebar doesn't count as participating).


Elaine - I used to be indecisive said...

That sounds like a roller coaster you would rather not be on. :( Hope you have a good weekend.

vivinfrance said...
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vivinfrance said...

A surface air pressure depression leads to rain and depressed mood. It will pass.

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Sorry to hear that!
I'm not sure if my post will help or make you feel worse! The first I hope

BeckyB said...

ooh really really tough . . . . .hope you get through it soon (or should I say off the roller coaster soon), and once gone that it stays away for a long time.

Suzy said...

Hope you are feeling better.