Category Archives: Guest writer

Cry Me A River

By Melodee Leven Currier After having writers’ block for several months, while driving to an appointment I asked my angels to give me a sign about what I should write for my next article.   My thoughts quickly darted to one … Continue reading

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Paris and Christmas Holidays

By Suzy Beal This is the 12th episode of a travel memoir that is unfolding, one chapter each month, here on True Stories Well Told. Stay tuned for more of the adventure as teenage Suzy’s family moves to Europe, builds … Continue reading

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Don’t Tempt Me

By Faith Ellestad Don’t tempt me.  You will be disappointed.  I think I am immune. Well, there were little things, like eating a caterpillar, sneaking down to the neighborhood deli, drinking Ripple with my brother, but I’m just not a … Continue reading

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Traveling with Strangers

By “WanderN Wayne” Hammerstrom He was drinking a beer, while driving. This first ride on a hitchhiking adventure from Oregon to my home in Wisconsin was making me quite uncomfortable, if not also presenting unanticipated danger. What a crazy impulse, … Continue reading

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“Pequeñas Cosas” Little Things

By Suzy Beal This is the 11th episode of a travel memoir that is unfolding, one chapter each month, here on True Stories Well Told. Stay tuned for more of the adventure as teenage Suzy’s family moves to Europe, builds … Continue reading

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Domino

By Katie Ravich April, 2019. I am having very similar feelings to when I brought my baby home, feelings which eventually developed into full blown postpartum depression that landed me in the locked ward for four days.  But this time it … Continue reading

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Nightmare on Union Street

By Faith Ellestad It’s the day before closing, the stuff is out of the house and all that is left to do is clean. I’d like to skip it, but the contract specifies “broom swept”. Moving took much longer than … Continue reading

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