Editor’s Note: If you didn’t already see it, an interview with Jack was featured on the front page of the Orlando Sentinel recently. Of course, we’re proud of Jack for many reasons and very proud that he is the director of the GRANDPartners for GRANDParents Program. Front & Center: ‘Saging’ bridges generation gap
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By Diane Lang As we process and mourn the losses of the unthinkable Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy that has affected us both physically and emotionally, we must stay strong especially for the children who were traumatized that day. It’s difficult to comprehend even the possibility of last Friday’s horrific tragedy in Newtown, CT. Many [...]
By Karla Sullivan
As the weekly local church service began for me and the congregation, the bells tolled for each victim at Sandy Hook Elementary. Following prayer for Newtown families, the children’s pageant was presented with Mary, Joseph and the wise men followed by the angels. And the angels, quietly filtered down the center aisle, [...]
An Open Letter To President Obama
Dear President Obama,
I have sat down to write this letter dozens of times and always end up a bit tongue-tied. Please bear with me as I attempt to explain myself. Nine years ago I watched the image on a sonogram and heard the words from my doctor: “It’s [...]
By Jack Levine
I’m sending this brief message of hope and a special wish for safety to our relatives and friends in all locations in the path of Hurricane Sandy.
May all of us find protection and safe-keeping from nature’s forces over the hours and days ahead. May the first responders, those taking care of [...]
By: John Quincy Adams, IV – Direct grandson descendent of our nations 2nd President, John Adams, and of our 6th President John Quincy Adams.
It almost seems a cliché these days to say “buy American,” but the truth is, it’s not easy. Finding products of US origin, or products fully assembled in the US, can [...]
By: Christine Crosby, Editorial Director, GRAND – The Digital Magazine for GRANDparents and Families
When I had to put down my 14 year-old Doberman a few years ago, I felt as though I had lost a child. I still get choked up when I think of him. We used to refer to him as my [...]