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Stress and my Back Pain by
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Prompted By Stress

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Until the pandemic hit, the thing that caused me the most stress was my back pain.
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My Grand-Dogs are Not Trained by
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Prompted By Training Pets

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The moral of the tale is that it is possible to have a perfectly behaved dog — just not one trained by anyone in my family.
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Too Old for SNL Now by
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Prompted By Comedy

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I guess a show that has been on the air for 49 years has to evolve, and each generation has its own concept of what is funny.
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DMV for Seniors — A Great Idea by
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Prompted By The DMV

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Then came the part I was dreading. Where do I go to wait for my road test?
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Swearing Sid by
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Prompted By Short Fuse

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My father earned his nickname, Swearing Sid.
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Laundry Tales by
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Prompted By Laundry

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With three kids, four beds to make, and seemingly endless piles of towels to wash and dry, laundry “day” happened several times a week. Wash, dry, fold, put away was my mantra.
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From my Parents to Me to my Kids and Grandkids by
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Prompted By Prejudice

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While prejudice takes different forms in different eras, I fear it never really leaves us.
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Friendships That End and Those that Endure by
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Prompted By Ex-Friends

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It is said that a predictor of happiness and longevity as we age is maintaining strong friendships.
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That Brief Post 9/11 Feeling is Long Gone by
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Prompted By Disunited States

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Our country’s response of togetherness and patriotism in the immediate aftermath of the terrorists bring down the Twin Towers with airplanes was the last time I remembered feeling a sense of unity in our country.
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Unhoused People with Disabilities by
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Prompted By Homelessness

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Sadly, many people who need care and supervision end up as part of the homeless population living in the streets.
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