Everything we’ve said about our generation is true: we might not feel like it, but we are an “aging population.” And, many people age 65 and older are already struggling to live off the amount they have saved for retirement.
Tag: Larry Lefkowitz
Someone once said, ‘It would be nice to die young … at an old age.’ BoomerCafé contributor Larry Lefkowitz has that in his future. But as he writes, it’s not always fun.
As baby boomers, we’ve seen a lot of things get better in the course of our lives. But we’ve also seen some things get worse. That’s what’s bugging Larry Lefkowitz right now: the dumbing down of nothing less than the English language.
As my birthday is mere days away, it is time for me to reflect on my journey through life that has gotten me to my fifty-eighth year in one piece … more or less. The last couple of years have been trying, bringing about change that I anticipated but thought would come later on. Just 18 months ago, I had triple-bypass surgery because my pipes were clogged.
For some of us boomers, the ‘60s are just a memory. But for writer Larry Lefkowitz, they are more. They still course through his blood. That’s why he remembers the era as a collaboration of John, Paul, George, Ringo … and Me. Like so many baby boomers, The Beatles hold a very special place in [...]