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I am a baby boomer, raised in the 50’s in what my daughter calls an innocent time. Compared to what I see on television and on the movies, as well as life in general, I guess she’s right. I was in college when the big changes occurred, free love, revolution, anti-war riots, sit-ins, love-ins, you name it. We are now reaping the seeds that were sown against the family, church, and general American values based on our founding documents. I’m part of the last generation to really know the extreme changes in our culture from then to now, and it grieves me that the liberty we’ve enjoyed may be lost to my children and grandchildren. I plan to do whatever I can for such a time as this.


About Patti Wells

I'm a concerned American. I grew up in the fifties, and came of age in the sixties, so I've seen both sides of the cultural revolution that took place in the late sixties. As a Baby Boomer, I'm part of the last generation to really know the liberty that this country has provided for its citizens. I'm the widowed mother of two adult children and a retired mathematics professor at a local community college. I lead a weekly Bible study and sing in the choir at church. I play canasta with a group of friends each week, and I enjoy sports and movies.

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  1. Sally Miller

    I concur with all you’ve said. My concern is: what to DO? Of course, I’ll vote, listen to the news and try to keep in touch with world events. In addition, I’ll try to live my life in a godly way but beyond that I have no personal power to effect change. Oh for a magic wand!!!!!

    • You do have the power you need,–the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead resides in you!

    • You have all the power you need to effect change, and you do it, one on one, heart to heart. Never forget, the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead lives in you. Love is so powerful!

    • Hi Bob,I’m planning the fatisbiliey of a sequel to THE VILLAGE ON THE EDGE OF THE SEA. If and when it happens, it will appear on this blog as a free read for subscribers and regular visitors. Keep stopping by we’ll continue posting good fiction and anecdotes.Lou

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  2. amen, patty.


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