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Write it out

We’re looking for short, boomer-written essays reflecting on the following prompts:

• What band, musician or song influenced your life? Does a special moment return when you hear a certain song? Or is there a song of the times you still don’t like?

• Are you a caretaker? What type of issues do you face? How do you balance your care giving responsibilities and your own life? What have you learned from care giving? How do you want to be cared for in your later years?

• What are your thoughts on relationships as you age? Love? Sex? Dating? Divorce? Keeping the romance alive?

Keep essays between 200 and 400 words. Email them to ericac@spokesman.com. Include a daytime phone number for verification.

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