OK, Boomer

There is something that happens between every generation when the younger one begins to supplant the older one. And it’s not always pretty. Especially for the older one. The older generation for me, when mine was the younger one, lived through The Great Depression and World War II, witnessing horrors I couldn’t understand. Horrors thatContinue reading “OK, Boomer”

Father & Son

My Father & Son   I recently told an old friend that one of the advantages of getting older (and we both acknowledged there are precious few) is perspective. One of the revelations that time and experience have given me is seeing fatherhood from both sides. Two of the finest men I’ve ever known areContinue reading “Father & Son”