The Transylvania Times -

The End Of Childhood


February 27, 2017

Those born in 1938 are most likely the last Americans who experienced growing up without television, muscle cars, cell phones and kitchen appliances. Kids played on the floor with wooden toys, invented games with their friends and went to bed when told. Caring and respect for family and friends was taught by families as a unit.

This era of youth struggled with the aches and pains of growing up. We began to understand the magnitude of why a father, older brother, an uncle or a family friend was fighting in a far flung country with a hard to pronounce name until someone showed you on a glo...

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