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As baby boomers with more than a half-century of living under our belts, we’ve seen changes for better and for worse. BoomerCafé’s David Henderson believes our use of language falls into the latter category.
When emergencies strike, an invincible army of volunteers – many of them baby boomers – is in the background, providing vital communications. They are called, “hams.”
It’s once again become not only popular but vogue for corporations and organizations to try to market to baby boomers, all 75-million strong in America. But, as BoomerCafé Publisher and Co-Founder David Henderson writes, it’s been attempted before, and it’s not easy.
As baby boomers, we have seen changes in America that have been documented ad-infinitum. But BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has just taken a personal journey, and come across something that has not gotten nearly as much attention: The End of a Prideful Culture in America.
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.
We baby boomers travel a lot, don’t we?!? That was only a positive until our active lifestyle started taking its toll on our limbs and organs and joints. And one man who feels the difference is BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson. He’s got a message for the people who often make traveling a lot tougher than it has to be.
Most baby boomers didn’t do the “junior year abroad” thing the way many of our kids get to today, but BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has made up for it. He has traveled the world, and his heart keeps going back to Paris. But now he’s wondering, is there a better place in France? Here’s his second Normandy Journal, from Bayeax.