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My First Car

Dorothy Ross, whose writing has appeared on True Stories Well Told before, sent me this story after reading about my first car, The Pinto. By Dorothy Ross When I was a teenager, I didn’t need a car. I rode buses … Continue reading

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A Language Problem

By Dorothy Ross In 1961, many young people were clamoring to join President Kennedy’s newly established Peace Corps. Not I. I took a job as an intern at a stock brokerage on Montgomery Street in the heart of San Francisco’s … Continue reading

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A Happy Hair Story

by Dorothy Ross. (a response to the prompt, When were you happiest with your hair?) Was I ever happy with my hair? Certainly not when I lived in New York. Manhattan’s humid weather reduced my wavy locks to a nest of … Continue reading

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Earl

By Carolyn May It was 3 AM.  I noticed the light next door.  Earl must hear nature’s call the same time I do, I thought. It wasn’t unusual for the 89 year old to be up during the night—his light … Continue reading

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