Intergenerational


The Good Old Summer Time Takes on New Meaning

The Memorial Day Folk Music Celebration at Robert Frost’s Connemara Homestead is one of my favorites. Not just because of the outdoor setting, but also because it’s one of the few events I attend that’s guaranteed to attract a multi-generational crowd. The four o’clock screening of “Passion” (biopic about Emily […]


My friend Fredda posted this wonderful story on Facebook and I had to share it in a wider audience. I believe that we all underestimate the value we bring to the world, just with our authentic presence. In this instance, little Norah recognized the value of someone who likely was thinking he’d never be worth much to anyone again. If you read this blog post, you’ll know the ongoing impact of her words and actions-even, I believe, on yourself.

It’s a good day to be a day older, now isn’t it?

 


Why Is This Youngster Important to Us?

His name is Utkarsh Tandon, doesn’t sound like a Trump-friendly name, does it? Ok, setting that political aside aside, let me answer the question posed. Tandon is a high school kid in Southern California who, when a Freshman (er, that’s 9th grade, people) in 2014, developed a machine learning model for […]