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Want to Write Your Life Story? There’s An App For That

By Richard Weijo As children, most of us learn through storytelling.  Stories are an important part of sharing your legacy. So, how do you prefer to tell your story? There are a variety of new apps available for your Apple or Android devices. Each app has features appropriate for...

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Comicbooks Across the Ages – “Is A Good Thing”

Comicbooks Across the Ages – “Is A Good Thing”

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By Dave Price It was Father’s Day in Washington D.C. and the line of fans, some young, some old, many of them dressed as their favorite comicbook or screen heroes, stretched over more than half of the huge main exhibit hall at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. They...

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Reflecting on the Puzzle Pieces That Make Up My Life

Reflecting on the Puzzle Pieces That Make Up My Life

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By Dave Price As is happening much more frequently as I get older, death has removed two more big pieces of the interlocking personal jigsaw puzzle that depicts my younger, pre-adult years. In the last week of May, former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jim Bunning died at age 85 in...

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Retirement Renewal: A Legacy Opportunity

Retirement Renewal: A Legacy Opportunity

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By Richard Weijo I am retired now, and some days are difficult. For most of my life, I worked hard and felt respected for what I was able to accomplish. However sometimes when I am sitting at home with my wife, particularly on a dark and rainy Oregon day,...

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JFK at 100: An Unfulfilled, Yet Still Valuable, Vision

By Dave Price It doesn’t seem possible, but if President John F. Kennedy were alive, he would be turning 100 at the end of this month. In one of America’s most altering moments, President Kennedy was assassinated on a sunny day in Dallas in November, 1963. But more than...

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Classic Rockers Talk About the 60’s

Classic Rockers Talk About the 60’s

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By Dave Price Mickey Dolenz vividly recalls the first time he realized he wasn’t just an actor playing a rock and roll drummer on TV anymore, but a full-fledged rock star. It was December of 1966 and he had been working seven days a week acting on the new...

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