Tag: writing

Writers’ Page – September 2014

Taxi and Doctor Barbara Schwartz LuAnn just moved from Nashville, Tennessee to Seattle, Washington. Not only was there a huge distance involved, but a total world of culture change to adapt to for her. The first thing that LuAnn needed to do was to find a new doctor and dentist. She called her health insurance…

Writing: Divided loyalties

Brian Curry I like sports. Football, baseball top the list, but I admit to as much World Cup fever (at least while the USA was in it) as the next guy. But being a sports fan here in Arizona, especially in a community where most of us are transplants from somewhere else, poses certain challenges.…

Sun Lakes Writers’ Group

Have you always had a desire to write? Would you like to try your hand at writing? Would you like to leave personal stories to your children and grandchildren? Examples: How you met your husband/wife? What you remember about your first date? Thoughts about your high school reunion? Now that you are retired, how do…

Dear Mother…

George Hayward Dear Mother, They say that when a daughter marries that you do not lose a daughter, you gain a son. Well, when I married your daughter over 35 years ago, I didn’t just take a wife, I gained a mother. As I look back over those years at all the love you showed…

New Horizons Writers Group – June 2014

Crazy Man Kennedy Bob Hirt “Damn near killed myself” was the first thing George Kennedy said to my father as he rolled the old Buick into the garage for an oil change at Kennedy’s garage two days after the Fourth of July holiday. My father knew exactly what he was referring to. Kennedy had a…

Writers’ Page – June 2014

Confusing Shapes Yvonne White Puzzles are enjoyed by young children and also people in later years. It is fun solving a puzzle together no matter what the age. As a child I enjoyed puzzles, but my family didn’t work together on them. As an adult and a teacher I developed a love for completing a…