Remembering those innocent days of childhood when imaginations were vivid.
How much of your long-ago childhood do you actually remember? Longtime CBS News correspondent Ed Rabel remembers his, and the memories aren’t all good. He shares with BoomerCafé the introduction to his recently published memoir, “Ed Rabel Reports: Lies, Wars and Other Misadventures.”
Baby boomers have invented a lot of things. We don’t know if the process of “journaling” is among them. But with the fast pace of life, and the certainty that virtually everything we’ve ever written might now be saved for eternity, we thought it wise to convey some advice from Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and author Sandee Scott.
We all end up in the same place in life, but we sure started in different places, like baby boomer Michael Jay, who has just written a book about the difficult years when he was young. It’s called Dog Water Free, and while it’s an improbable story, it is a fairly typical coming-of-age.