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Neighbors (7 Stories)

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Neighbors can be godsends for borrowing items, or nuisances with barking dogs. What about yours? How has neighborliness changed from your childhood? Do you even know your neighbors now? Are virtual communities good replacements for a neighborhood? Think back …. about your favorite neighbor or your worst nightmare. Share your stories of neighbors forward.
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Boredom (7 Stories)

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July is anti-boredom month, but perhaps we could all do with a little boredom in our lives. Think back… What did you do when you felt bored as a child? What do you do now? Are you someone for whom boredom leads to creativity, or do you need to feel busy all of the time? How has the concept of boredom changed for your kids’ or grandkids’ generation? Share your boredom stories forward.
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Moon Landing (8 Stories)

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A small step? A giant leap? It’s been 50 years since July 20, 1969, when the landing of the lunar module Eagle on the moon captivated our nation. What was the impact on you and others? Did you watch it? If so, who watched with you? How is this event different for a younger generation who didn’t witness it personally? Think back … about what this amazing achievement meant to you. Share your stories of the moon landing forward.
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Beach Reads (10 Stories)

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Summertime, and the reading is easy. In July, many of us turn to lighter fare and page turners for vacation or beach books. Think back… What have you enjoyed reading during the lazy, hazy days of summer? Do you have memories of favorite summer books? What are your top recommendations for the perfect beach book? What’s on your reading list for this summer? What are your kids and grandkids reading, if they still read? Share your beach reads stories forward.
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Fireworks (8 Stories)

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We often associate fireworks with the Fourth of July, but at Disney parks they have them every night. Do you love them or hate them? What about metaphorical fireworks, defined as “an outburst of anger or other emotion, or a display of brilliance or energy.” Think back . . . to a memorable explosion, either literal or metaphorical. Share your fireworks stories forward.
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