Monthly Archives: May 2015

I Can’t Join the Tennis Team

The “Season of Sports” continues! What has been the role of competitive sports in your life? Comment! Or better yet, send me your stories to publish. See guidelines here. By Joan Collins As told to Sarah White at a story capture event for … Continue reading

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Get Your Skates On!

The “Season of Sports” continues… By Linda Lenzke “I want anyone who has ever said or felt that women are weak in any way to strap on a pair of skates and play two minutes of roller derby with them.” … Continue reading

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Me@20: Trial by Firelight

We pause in the True Stories Well Told “Season of Sports” to celebrate the Association of Personal Historians‘ 20th anniversary with a “Me@20” post. Around the world, personal historians are blogging and posting to social media, reminiscing about our life … Continue reading

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The Stronger Women Get, The More Men Love Football

Every time I stumble on a line of inquiry, I discover “there’s a book for that!” With the “Season of Sports” opening on True Stories Well Told, I went a-googling, and found The Stronger Women Get, The More Men Love Football: … Continue reading

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Competitive Sports

I’ve been thinking about competitive sports lately. It started with musings triggered by plans to go see the Mad Rollin’ Dolls with a few of my fearless, peerless writer friends, with hopes of blogging about the experience. (We’re doing a … Continue reading

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