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Grandma’s Trunk Dorothy Long In the attic sets Grandma’s trunk gathering dust and time worn. Inside of it are stored treasures and precious memories from the past. Many years ago, it traveled across the ocean with my Grandmother Mary, her brother and her parents, my great-grandparents. They left England in 1874 and were met in…

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Do you enjoy writing? Please plan on attending our Sun Lakes writing group. We meet at the Cottonwood Ceramics Room (A-8) on each Tuesday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Please arrive at 12:30 p.m. for easy conversation before we start our group at 1:00 p.m. Each week, we choose two words to write on the…

Sun Lakes Writers’ Group

  Sun Lakes Writers Group meeting notice Barbara Schwartz Do you enjoy writing? Stories? Memories? Family histories? Please plan on attending our Sun Lakes writing group. We meet at the Cottonwood Ceramics Room (A-8) on each Tuesday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Please arrive at 12:30 p.m. for easy conversation before we start our group…

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Just a few Suggestions Dick Nelsen This is just a few ideas that might help make life a little easier. Based on my observation and watching television commercials. Lately, the hamburger stores are trying to one up their competitor on who can make the tallest hamburger. Not necessarily the best hamburger but the one that…

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The Dingers Ellie Clark Sitting in the kitchen sipping my tea; Something needs attention from me; I listen intently and look around; It’s at that time the nuisance is found; I go to the timer I think is dinging; Only to discover it isn’t ringing; I check the washer and the dryer; Only to discover…

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Little Old Decrepit Lady Ruby Regina Witcraft Yes, that could be me! Much as I refuse the title, there are signs. Loss of hearing, dim eyesight, creaking bones, forgetfulness, balance, etc. However, I refuse to shuffle or stoop and try to walk very energetically as if I were 17 again. We all know that in…

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A Witchcraft Fourth of July Ruby Regina Witcraft My experience with fireworks was very limited as a child to watching my brother explode everything in sight. My mother’s prize roses, the door mat, the neighbor’s, cat if he could have caught it so I was happy with my sparklers. Daddy bought me 12 one day…

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Developments Phyllis Oliver First she laughed and then she cried out loud and didn’t care who overheard her at the grocery store! She finally had won and although it would amount to only a few thousand dollars? It was a sight more than she had now for spending money? How could she not have checked…

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The Merry-Go-Round Lois Grotewold As she walked into the children’s hospital ward, the children who saw her thought she must be an angel. She was beautiful, dressed all in pink, a lovely dress made out of some kind of flowing material that fluttered as she walked. She stopped beside Nanette’s bed. “Hello, Nanette. I’m from…

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  The Oddball Dick Nelsen I guess no one noticed him enter the Sanctuary on that beautiful Easter morning. The old staid downtown church was festooned with flowers, beautiful lilies virtually covered the front of the church. People had arrived early as they usually did on Easter Sunday to get a good seat. Ushers had…