I am always interested

( a man from the 1920s lives long enough to see his 5th great grandchild in 2015.)

in those people from the 1920s who were born post WW1 in the Roaring Twenties, who grew up in the Great Depression, who served in WW2, and then brought up families in the straitlaced Eisenhower ’50s, and saw how the Swingin’ Sixties changed our culture and values hugely, and aged in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s as technology took over, and lived long enough to see the 21st century. Ah, the wisdom and perspective in that remarkable a lifespan.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply