Welcome to Bboomersnet.com.  I am a freelance writer and Editor-in-Chief of two blogs – www.Bboomersnet.com  and www.Potpourri101.com . Creative writing is my passion and I love the job!  Over the years, my works have been published in The Washington Post, The Washington Afro-American newspaper, the Political News Round-Up (a corporate newsletter), and for three years I was a regular contributor to The Metro Chronicle (The newspaper ceased publication in the mid-1990s.). In addition, I have been editor of the FGC Cooperative Newsletter since 1989. I also regularly write a humorous column titled Grandma’s Rocker; under the pseudonym Gee Gee, on the WeatherAdvance website.

This proud baby boomer and Piscean is a positive realistic with a healthy dose of idealism. The 1960s and 70s were my favorite decades and I believe that there are other nostalgic souls out there who enjoy reminiscing and celebrating those years.

BboomersNet.com was born of the desire to have a communal place for Baby Boomers to meet, greet, network, and discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly days of our youthful generation. Or, if we want to adhere to the premise that back in the day we were considered to be unconventional thinkers, then we can fast forward and share information relevant to what is happening now.

When members of our generation were civil rights activists, revolutionaries, free spirits, hippies, yippies, and peaceniks, Hair wasn’t just a group that sang The Age of Aquarius; hair was the mane on our heads validating our perception of who we were. We danced while listening to Peter, Paul and Mary sing about answers blowing in the wind, and wondered if Gil Scott Heron would be on target when he declared that the revolution would not be televised. Was there an accidental parallel in the era of our youth and the period opening Charles Dickens’s novel, A Tale of Two Cities? “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness . . . .” Undeniably, for us old school folk — It was our time.

Thanks for reading me.
Loretta Parker-Brown

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