June’s Solstice sparked a slew of summertime sixes. The Six-Word community loves this season, embracing its beauty (“Orange sunset introduces the longest day.”) and exploring its ability to transform (“At 57, finally enjoying summer camp.”). Summer is an enchanting time (“Summer put the soul in Solstice.”), when people are carefree and daring. They bask in the freedom warm weather brings. –Gilmarie Brioso
Most Vivid: “Orange sunset introduces the longest day.” –CanadaGoose
Best Metamorphosis: “She was popular until that summer.” –MissUnderstood
Best Spirit: “Summer put the soul in Solstice.” –DynamicDbytheC
Most Joy: “His summer employment: building sand castles.” –CanadaGoose
Most Fulfilled: “At 57, finally enjoying summer camp.” –Ms.Nan
Most Pensive: “Remembering summers past. Enjoying summer’s presents.” –l8leigh
Plus! There’s one more week left for SixContest #30! What would you write in the summer season’s clear, blue skies? Come up with your best skywriting message in Six Words.