By Jack Levine
Sunday, September 9th is Grandparents Day, specifically dedicated to give well-deserved honor to that stage of life when perspective is so valuable because of the treasury of history that most of our GRANDS possess.
Who among us has not benefited from the attention of an elder in our life…either a blood relative, [...]
By: Karla Sullivan
Unlike today’s’ grandchildren and young adults whose family room entertainment consists of computers, androids, Nintendo Wii, and 900 cable TV channels, Baby Boomers and their parents spent childhood hours indoors with less sophistication and a lot more imagination. When, raindrops diminished the hope of playing outside, creative pastimes took over. With or [...]
Grandmothers get younger with every generation. I have friends who jumped that line way back at the 40-year-old mark (and others in their 60s who are still trying to keep up with their first set of children, but that’s another story).
Because so many moms are busy raising their own young, grandma can often [...]