Honoring Lawton Chiles; the “Grandfather Governor’s” Legacy of Leadership BY JACK LEVINE Lawton Chiles used to say “Tis a sorry frog who can’t croak loud in his home pond.” The

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Social Distancing Provides New Ways to Learn BY BRENDA MAHLER Our granddaughters moved in with us at our cabin in the woods. The walls on their house were closing in

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Come To Grammie Camp BY LINDA EYRE  Looking back over my twenty plus years of Grandmothering, I’ve realized that the best investment of my time and the most fun I’ve

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When the Parentals Leave Grandma in Charge By Norma Galambos One of the reasons I retired from working full time was to spend more time with our grandchildren. When the

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One Voice Can Be Powerful – Reflections on a Free Press BY JACK LEVINE, Founder – 4Generations Institute – Partnership Director – GRAND Media I have been a newspaper reader since

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Grandfather Poses With Dateless Teen For Prom Photo According to an AOL/ YAHOO NEWS REPORT, the grandfather of a California teen who didn’t have a date to prom stepped in

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Grandfather, Larry Chester couldn’t get hired at 61, so he started a business… The Wheeling resident founded CFO Simplified on March 3, 2009, and in the 10 years since –

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Two Lucky Brothers By Sherry Shahan               “No one has ever become poor by giving,” Anne Frank, Diary of Anne Frank. Thirteen-year-old Cooper and ten-year-old Chase Wommack volunteer in their

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The Face of God By Jonathan R Slaten, EDD I am a Grandfather! These four words forever changed me. I am unsure just exactly what happened, but it was a profound

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Lessons From My Grandfather: Wisdom for Success in Business and Life By Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba Author: Marc Demetriou Do you feel in a rut and long to switch gears

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A Walk With My Grandson By Jim LeBuffe Sweetness and happiness of a kind and of a depth I had not anticipated: I’m age 67 and I don’t deserve this

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The Look of Love… Our grandson and his wife live in Atlanta, Georgia and we live in Georgetown, Texas. Their first child and our first great grandchild, Thomas was born

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Have you Found the Portal to your Grandchild’s World? BY JERRY WITKOVSKY A Grandchild’s world is school, friendships (boys and girls) parents (my daughter and son-in-law), the other grandparents, siblings,

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Grandfather Knows Best – Is it magic?  BY BARCLAY HENDERSON I viewed mystical people with humor and suspicion, so it should not have been a surprise when my granddaughter Molly accused

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My Grandfather, My ‘Bona Fide’ Best Friend Editor’s Note: In an effort to share the important stories about grandparents and families with our readers, from time-to-time, we provide a brief

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BY GRANDPARENTSLINK.COM ‘Part Two’ of our Exclusive Interview Thank you for joining us for the second half of our interview with Henry Winkler. Read on as Henry adds the sunshine

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Our friends at GRANDPARENTSLINK.COM recently sat down with their friend, Henry Winkler (now a grandfather). We thought you’d enjoy seeing what Fonzie is up to these days. In case you

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Grandchildren: A Miracle Cure? “Poppie’s Back Story” By Jerry Zezima A little while back, I had a bad back. It was one of the few times that otherwise helpful people

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BY JERRY WITKOVSKY What’s the best way to stay connected to your grandchildren as they age? The short answer is the way that works best for the two of you.

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The Grace of the Ginkgo is an amazing read from first-time novelist, Michael R. Hardesty. I could not put it down! The story is compelling, but it’s the writing style

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