Crow’s Feet
Published in

Crow’s Feet

Bridging the Generation Gap

We need to get together now.

Image from the visualcapitalist.com

Everybody knows life changes. But those people born in the early decades of the 1900s have seen more than most. Fifty percent of homes didn’t have electricity yet—and now we carry computers in our pockets.

People born in the 1920s experienced events that those of us born later did not, including the:

--

--

--

“The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.” (Frank Lloyd Wright) Non-fiction pieces, personal essays and occasional poems that explore how we feel about how we age and offer tips for getting the most out of life.

Recommended from Medium

On making a ruckus

There Is Still Hope- My Case For America

The COVID Restriction

Love Thy Neighbor

No, Jesus Would Not Have Shot His Way Out Of Being Crucified.

Radioactive contamination is creeping into drinking water around the U.S.

Bradyproblems, Goldilocks and loads of babies

Looking on the Bright Side of Life

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Cindy Heath

Cindy Heath

I’ve been a farmer, homesteader, entrepreneur, and more. Always curious and still hopeful. If you are, too, read along and follow me at cindyheathwrites.com.

More from Medium

When Are You Old Enough to Understand Ageism?

I Lost a Loved One to Climate Change

The Carnegie Hero Fund

Through the Intentional Rewilding of Our Gardens in the First Instance

rewilding