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Pandemic Generations Struggle Through Summer by
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(114 Stories)

Prompted By Pandemic Summer

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Our country has failed this generation of children whose lives will be forever defined by their experiences during the pandemic.
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My Grandkids Can’t Read my Recipe Cards by
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So why couldn't they read the neatly transcribed directions? Well, because they were written in cursive.
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Embracing Sarah Bernhardt by
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Prompted By Protests

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As I grew older, I learned to embrace the Sarah Bernhardt in me. I came to see it as having the courage of my convictions and the ability to stand up for what I believed.
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A Life Devoted to Protesting for Justice: Marcy Wiersch Johnson by
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Prompted By Protests

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They were marching partly as a tribute to Marcy, a woman whose life embodied so much of what protests and activism had accomplished to advance the cause of social justice.
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From Motown to E-town by
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Prompted By My Hometown

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Still, this is my hometown. I love it for the amazing people I have met here and its overall caring heart and beauty.
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Lost a Friend, Gained a Spouse by
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Prompted By Chance Encounters

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That chance meeting ended up being the longest date of my life. It has lasted 54 years.
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Walk Easy in Dancing by
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(114 Stories)

Prompted By Embarrassment

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As I approached Jeffrey, my face crimson, he uttered the word that doomed me – relax.
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What’s Life? A Magazine by
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Prompted By Magazines

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For me, magazines are like comfort food. Not necessarily good for me, but all I want to read when I’m sick or feeling low.
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Aunt Mickey by
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Prompted By Aunts & Uncles

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She was the fun aunt – the one who let me do everything my mother forbid.
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The Shadow Box by
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Prompted By Memorabilia

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After both of my parents had died, I was left with some special memorabilia and a powerful need to remember them.
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