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Sun Lakes Writers’ Group

Do I Dare? Jacqueline M. Ruffino-Platt Do I dare write? Do I dare write about me, my family, my friends, my husband and my careers? Do I dare write a non-fiction, fiction, autobiography, biography or comedic episodes? All these questions popped into my brain deciding which side of my brain I listen to. I looked…

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

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Hello Karen Woodward H Happy to see you and have a great day. E End your greeting with a smile. L Lots of people do not return the greeting if they don’t know you. L Laugh to yourself when this occurs it’s not personal. O Oftentimes these people may have many pressing things on their minds. A Friend A Allows me…

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Annabella Margaret Daniels Annabella was an independent little six-year-old girl. There was not a thing that this little girl did not miss and her exploration sometimes got her in trouble. Her mother at times felt she was a handful. Nevertheless, she loved her child. It was nice for Annabella that her grandmother was just two…

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Mumbling Ruby Regina Witcraft While having lunch with my longtime lady friends, after a year long absence from each other, and anticipating seeing what they look like now. We were still practicing the distancing habit and didn’t hug or even touch each other, which was our previous 2020 habit, so we felt safe and happy…

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If the Shoe Fits George Stahl There are many unexplained phenomena in this world—UFOs, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and the Chupacabra just to name a few. Beyond these, another stands out as just as mysterious and often elusive. The seemingly endless collection of women’s shoes that can fit into even the smallest of closets. Unlike…

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Sun Lakes Writers Group Barbara Schwartz Do you enjoy writing? Do you enjoy reading? Do you want to preserve your family history so that you can relate it to the grandchildren? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, I urge you to become acquainted with the Sun Lakes Writers Group. We meet…

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Life Can Be a Dream—Virtually Speaking Sue Donovan Since March, 1999 when Al Gore supposedly claimed he “invented the Internet,” the online life of both savvy techies and those of us who can barely answer our own Smartphones, has exploded. Just in time for our current health crisis, the capabilities of today’s Internet can be…

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What I Miss from Days Gone By Dorothy Long Thinking back, one can become nostalgic for the good old days. Not all of it was better. We’ve come a long way because of modern technology. None of us would probably want to go back in time, but there are things we miss. I decided to…

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Those Wobbly Tires Barbara Schwartz Charlie was in his early 80s and was getting a little bit slower than usual. He and his wife wanted to take a trip and fly to California to visit their son. He called us and asked for help in arranging the trip (never mind that his daughter lived a…