Despite life’s ups and downs, author Phyllis Edgerly Ring believes in the freedom of forgiveness.
Does “The Tu-tone Desoto” sound familiar in your life as a baby boomer? We hope not!
Lynn Byrne started writing The Sextant, but a tragedy turned that on its heels. This is the story.
Every day, more elderly people die, which means more baby boomers lose their parents. Barbara Keene writes of her own love, for her own mom.
BoomerCafe’s Poet-In-Residence, Harriet Shenkman, writes about the icons who shaped us.
We boomers might be “getting on,” but we can still be suckers for love stories, like this from Judith Natelli McLaughlin’s new book.
We baby boomers can stave off a lot … but gravity? Here’s how one baby boomer is dealing with it!
A baby boomer’s memories sometimes are often best expressed in poetry … as Harriet Shenkman writes.