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SILENT, BUT DEADLY

I am part of the “Silent Generation” or more commonly known as a Traditionalist. Wehave also been labeled, “The Greatest Generation.” Those names were associated with the time in which we were born – anywhere between 1928-1945. I don’t really … Continue reading

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MOVING ON OR LIVING IN THE PAST

I think every generation believes that the “good old days” were the times they were growing up and young adults.  George Washington undoubtedly preferred remembering the days when he was cutting down cherry trees more than his time leading a … Continue reading

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GENERATION GAP

In the span of the last hundred years we have seen a great divide.  We’ve even put certain age groups into pigeon holes.  The years from 1900-1945 are the Traditionalists of which I am one.  1946-1964 created the Baby Boomers.  From 1965-1980 we met Generation … Continue reading

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GENERATION GAP

“Here’s the truth. Your teens and twenties are your Plan A. At 50, you’re assessing whether Plan B or Plan C or any of the other plans you hatched actually worked. Your sixties and seventies, they’re an improvisation. Dick Van … Continue reading

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