Poetry and Other Reflections on Summer Camp BY JERRY WITKOVSKY Nothing like aging to spawn reveries on the meaning of life. Don’t get me wrong, I am so grateful to
Legacy: What you may find in the empty chair BY JERRY WITKOVSKY The place next to me is empty. The passenger seat in the car. The chair at the kitchen
How to exercise your compassion muscle BY JERRY WITKOVSKY My friend Miriam was recently watching her 10-year-old grandson, when he came to her with a troubled look on his face.
What’s Going On At Your Grandchild’s School? BY JERRY WITKOVSKY As many a grandparent knows, their adult children–the parents of their grandchildren–are the gatekeepers to the grandest love, the grandchildren.
By Jerry Witkovsky, Author, The Grandest Love: Inspiring the Grandparent-Grandchild Connection A check in the mail for a birthday. Dinner once a month. Telephone hugs. Skyping. Asking the question “So