I think we all get to the point in life where we wonder what it is we’re going to do next. Some people go full-on midlife-crisis-mode and others just find something else to do with their time — idle hands and all.
I haven’t had an English grammar lesson since 2008, when I graduated highschool (that’s my preferred way of spelling that by the way). Please excuse my numerous errors while working on this blog.
So. . . What’s this whole thing gonna be about? Well. . . Old people. I am a 30-year-old who’s spent his life caring for others to the point that I haven’t been able to explore the world for myself. I’m currently in the process of enrolling in an Anthropology (In my thinking it’s a proper title) course in my local community college. I’m using this blog to explore cultural topics and ideas from the perspective of generations past. I want to cover: how-tos, colloquialisms, mannerisms, customs, history, social structure, and general life lessons which — at least with this generation — don’t seem to have passed through the cultural nexus. I wanna know what about this generation is so disconnected from the generations of long ago. Or is the disconnect merely in all of our heads?
That’s what I want to cover here. That’s what I want this blog to be about. I hope to develop it into a community of authors who embrace and nurture it into a great reference point of perspective and contemplation.
Thanks for reading.