One change from our childhood to the present day is a sad one: the constant demand for more space at our nation’s most sacred cemetery. BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has long ties to this hallowed ground, and just visited again because the Holidays Bring Remembrance.
It was first written in the 17th Century that the only constant in life is change. But there wasn’t really much change from generation to generation back then. Today though, it never stops. And that applies to boomers more than anyone else. Which is why we like this essay by boomer writer Marcia Barhydt about Reinvention, Boomer-Style.