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Category Archives: Interpersonal relations
I took my daughter and granddaughter to Paris. I have always wanted to eat at the Tour d’Argent – a famous Michelin-rated restaurant, albeit only one star. But it’s the place to see and be seen and I wanted my … Continue reading
In our happy-face culture, we rarely hear people express they are sad. But that’s exactly what happened to me recently. My Yoga instructor had her two dogs die in a horrible accident. It happened on a Sunday night. She cancelled … Continue reading
I’m starting a movement today—Grandmothers for Marriage Equality. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional and 12 states now allow same sex couples to marry. I’ll get to why I believe grandmothers should work for … Continue reading
I was at the gym the other day and overheard a conversation that shocked me. Two women were talking about the weather forecast and climate change. The forecasters were predicting yet another major and frightening storm. The conversation went something like this: Woman … Continue reading
We all know kids have a refreshing view of the world but when it comes to grandparents it may be downright LOL. My cousin Mary forwarded an email to me with these vignettes on children’s perceptions of their grandparents. It made me smile … Continue reading
I was reading a 1964 article about grandparenting styles in the library the other day and it made me wonder if my style of grandparenting is different than my style of parenting. When my kids were younger I heard friends … Continue reading