The former Vice President, Nobel Laureate, and eco-warrior’s mission to make the world a better place for future generations
One of the last things Al Gore’s father said to him was, “Always do the right thing.” That desire to do the right thing was a driving force throughout Al Gore’s political career [...]
By Doreen Rosenthal and Susan Moore
More than 2,100 blended families are formed in the United States every day (according to thebondedfamily.com). That means a large percentage of the 70 million grandparents in this country are or will become step-grands. Some of us may find that role to be not only unfamiliar but [...]
By Michael & Patricia Kasum
Pat & Michael Kasum cruising a fjord, Norway
A world of difference exists between the mindset of travelers, who have the inquisitiveness to delve into a country with both hands, and the mindset of tourists, who are satisfied with letting a country pass at arm’s length while chatting [...]
By Joan Craven
One of the most important things that I have found to do is take the time to play with my grandchildren. There are so many things that you can do with them that cost very little money and they are more in need of your time than money. For instance, flying a [...]
By: MaryAnn Cooper
Just Cos: Sharing Pizza and Pleasantries with Bill Cosby
People often ask how do you get famous people like Vice President Biden, Colin Powell, Martin Sheen or Julie Andrews to agree to an interview. The truth is there is no easy answer. Sometimes it all comes together with one or two well-placed [...]
Grandparents & Grandchildren Share a Common Ally!
By Donne Davis – Founder of the GaGa Sisterhood www.gagasisterhood.com an award winning website where grandmas bond, brag, and benefit.
Being a grandparent is complicated. I discovered that nine years ago after witnessing the birth of my first grandchild. I was blessed to be the first person to [...]