Six-word memoirs by writers famous and obscure

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Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure, edited by Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser, is an anthology of several hundred six-word autobiographies. I wish all tombstones came with stories like these:

Kentucky trash heap yields unexpected flower. — John Kurtz

Changing mind postponed demise by decades. — Scott O'Neil

Despite disorders, jafroed jewboy gets girl. — Michael Eisner

Didn't pull out. Downhill from there. — Roger Daubach

Thought I would have more impact. — Kevin Clark

Yes, you can edit my biography. — Jimmy Wales

Must remember: people, gadgets. That order. — Brian Lam

What's your six-word memoir? Add it to the comments.