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The Healing Field of 9-1-1. . . by Betty Mason Arthurs

The victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 are honored each year in our city. The Healing Field tribute of nearly 3000 flags is at a park in downtown Tempe, Arizona. The flag poles are six feet tall … Continue reading

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In Transition . . . by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Until a few months ago, I was an elementary music teacher. Whenever I told people what my job was, they usually responded with something like, “That sounds like a lot of fun.” And it was. But few people understand how … Continue reading

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Doing Life Together

Tuesday’s Children, our writer’s critique group, held its first weekly meeting roughly 20 years ago. Its purpose was to sharpen our writing skills through critique and encouragement. We write in many different genres, span decades in our ages, and are … Continue reading

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