Archives for August 2018

This Grandma Has Just Upped the Acceptable Marriage Age For Her Grandchildren

“Life is making choices and living with the consequences of the choices we make.” In Boomers’ parents’ age, that saying meant once you married, you made your bed, so you must live with it….until death do you part. Our parents married very young, and many couples were mismatched, and unhappy most of their married lives. […]

We Grandparents Should Be Thankful for the Grandchildren We Have Looking at Three Important Articles and A New Book as to Why Everyone Is Having Less Children And How We Can Grandparents Can Change This Course In Our Own Families

The recent news has bombarded this Grandma about how everyone in America is having less children.  I must be thankful and grateful that I have reached the average of six grandchildren.  I expect that this average is going to decline greatly according to the following articles and book. As a grandparent or wishful to be […]

As A Child of Holocaust Survivors, I Am Worried That History Is Repeating Itself

As a child of Holocaust survivors, I feel that my unique background and upbringing has been a blessing and a curse, probably like most of us who have felt different and with a higher sensitivity to the world around us. My upbringing has made me the “Pollyanna,” which those who know me would agree, that […]

Experiencing New York City For a Month: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Step by Step Navigation of the Best of the MET and Heavenly Bodies, the Anna Wintour Exhibit

My dear (we never say old) friend told me to join the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) for my New York month long experience.  She said that the cost is $80 and a bargain, as it provides entrance for member and guest at each visit, with no lines for admission, at the MET, the MET […]

Experiencing New York City For a Month: The Bristol Plaza is The Perfect Luxury Home Away From Home in the Perfect Location

I have always had a desire to explore living in New York City.  For at least half a century and it is hard to believe that this Grandma can utter that time period as an adult, I look at New York real estate and locations daily.  My long (we never say old) dear friend for […]