A reporter can rarely pick and choose to cover only what he wants, but at The Senior Times, I am almost always enthusiastic and engaged.
Senior Times celebrates 30 years
It is a story about courage and drive, about taking a huge risk to follow your passion, about not giving up even in the face of huge obstacles.
We were too young then to know that “elderly” is a word we would never want to use to describe ourselves.
When I decided on the name for this paper I was 35. Now I am 67, going on 35.
Who could have predicted at the time that down the road the baby boomers would become such an important demographic as they entered their senior years?