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Sewing the Seeds from One Generation to Another

  This article 1st appeared in Medium As a writer on social media, you never really know what will impact your audience. For example, a recent post on my Facebook page set a personal page page record for likes in … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Aging, Don’t Drop the Soap

They told me one day I would feel old, but I just refused to believe them. Age 30. Then 40 – 50 – 60, now 64. Nope, not old. Grey hair. White hair. Thinning hair. Definitely more hair in my … Continue reading

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You’re Not Over the Hill Until You Believe You’re Over the Hill

This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me How old is really old? Apparently, the answer depends on the age of the person responding to the question. Intuitively, this makes sense. Take a moment and think back to when you … Continue reading

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My Grandson Meets His New Uncle Gary

As clichéd as it may sound it’s still true – little things do mean a lot. For a Father’s Day long-weekend, my son Michael and I decided to take my 7-year-old grandson, Owen, on a 3-generation baseball game tour to … Continue reading

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Babysitting Boosts Your Brain Power

This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me When my wife and I babysat our two grandchildren this past weekend, we knew we would have fun. But we didn’t know we would be boosting our brain power as well.A Little … Continue reading

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Communing with the Spirits of the Past, Present, and Future

Yesterday was the first of what I hope will be many special days in the spiritual development of my granddaughter Audrey. She celebrated her First Holy Communion in the All Saints Catholic Church. Now I have no idea how Audrey’s … Continue reading

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Requiem: A Few Thoughts on the Passing of Old Friends

It comes with aging. As happens more and more frequently since I have entered my 7th decade, two big pieces of the once-completed puzzle of my teenage years have been removed. Last week, I learned that Bucky Hayes, whom I had … Continue reading

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