Layers of subdued blues, purples, pinks, yellows and magenta appeared more like a soft rainbow of calm, rolling ocean waves than the sunset sky I was photographing at the rim of the Grand Canyon that September evening in 2000. That moment was one of many jaw-dropping experiences during one of my life's most memorable vacations. Show More Summary
It’s hard for me to believe that I’ve been away from writing with Mark on this blog for so long! It’s been far too long! So much has happened during that time. Many wonderful things, people and events have come into my life. But, I’ll...Show More Summary
A newspaper reporter's challenge to come up with clever questions. The post A boomer remembers interviewing celebrities, but what to ask? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
We had our first dinner party with neighborhood friends last weekend and it was a success. Good food, good wine, good conversation.We talked about music, the neighborhood, recipes, how each couple met. One guest read poems from a Robert Frost anthology he spotted on my bookshelf. Show More Summary
Photos help us relive memories of people or places that have been special in life. The post 3 Easy Steps to Photos that Endure Time appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Marc Zeitschik remembers encountering intolerance as a young man. The post How it felt for a boomer to be told, he’s different appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Top 10 spots on the new 2016 Retire Overseas Annual Index. The post Where on earth are the best places to retire? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Here's a list of the ten most indispensable apps for a smartphone. The post The best smartphone apps for baby boomers appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Boomers who exercise, stay mentally active, and socialize regularly can minimize memory loss. The post Let’s see, what am I supposed to do next? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
The Cafe Guys - David and Greg - are both away on vacations. The post It’s vacation time at BoomerCafé appeared first on BoomerCafe.
A financial advisor explores... how can Boomers live well and retire happily? The post A Baby Boomer’s Four Keys to Happiness appeared first on BoomerCafe.
MS is a crazy disease, I have it and I hate it. There is no known cause and nothing I could have done at any time in my life to prevent it or predict it. At least that's the current thinking. I just have to accept it.That's the hard part. Show More Summary
A mother's sense of loyalty to home, country and fair play is challenged. The post Selective Service: My son could handle it. I couldn’t appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Former ad man Paul Viau bid farewell to the golden advertising age. The post Mad Men: Some boomers knew the glamor appeared first on BoomerCafe.
After nearly four years of living on my own and spending thousands of dollars in attorney fees, I am still not divorced and the issues are still not settled. I am a patient man but not this patient.A year after being on my own again I met the most incredible woman. Show More Summary
Let’s start by acknowledging that my high school class of 1969 likes to party. Thanks to the hard work by one of our loyal classmates and her helpers, we’ve had full-blow reunions every 5 years since graduation. (I’ve been to every reunion...Show More Summary
I'm a healthy, reasonably fit, ok looking, heterosexual man. Most of my close friends are women. Most of them have never been my lovers. Is that really so unusual? Can men and women be close friends without having sex? One of my closest friends lives several hundred miles away and visited me this week. Show More Summary
Some adventures we had as young baby boomers never quite leave us. The post Remembering adventures from our youth appeared first on BoomerCafe.
New York writer Kevin Kusinitz humorous outlook on life and culture. The post What can boomers do with their old 78s? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Writer Erin O'Brien thinks of trucks and her move from California to Rhode Island. The post Trucks fill a baby boomer’s memories appeared first on BoomerCafe.