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By Jim Selman | Bio

There is a nice retrospective on the 60s going around the web, a kind of YouTube-type overview of some of the highlights to remember. I am generally not big on trips down memory lane, but this was kind of fun. It seems like a long time ago today when we danced the “Twist” or transformed from bobbie socks and surfer movies into flower children. I realized while watching that we, the ‘Boomers’,

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Nostalgia and “What Might Have Been”

I am happy to be home, even when it’s only for a couple of days. Home is where we are when we feel most ourselves. It is, I think, a deep connection to a place, to people and one’s familiar surroundings. Growing up in the military meant we moved a lot and I think I associated home more with our furniture and my family than a particular place or even my friends—people who would, after all, be left behind next time we moved.

This current respite from my schedule is relaxed and enjoyable as

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