So, if you read "America's Post-WWII Baby Boom" post, you have the background about my baby boomer generation and the lives and times of the parents who conceived us. However, absent from that post was the question that I first googled that prompted that article and this one. My original question posed; "How many baby … Continue reading The Greatest Love Story Ever Told!
As I sat down this morning to write about a couple of recent funny family moments involving the history of me and my youngest brother, I happened upon this article written by the Kahn Academy--an online non-profit organization whose mission it is "to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere." It was such an easy … Continue reading America’s Post-WWII Baby Boom
The Baby Boomer Generation I am proud to be a part of the "Baby Boomer" Generation, whose moniker is changing to the "Sandwich Generation." The happenings of our Baby Boomer generation were a mix of exciting and melancholy times. The number of historical events which took place in the last 60 years is unprecedented. Take … Continue reading From “Baby Boomer” to “Sandwich Generation”
I started writing a post that compares my hectic and dynamic baby boomer activities (those born between 1946 and 1964) this past week, especially, to those of a soccer mom. You know, that married middle-class woman who lives in the suburbs and has school age children. She's the woman who puts the interests of her family, and … Continue reading Soccer Mom vs. Baby Boomer–NOT!