Thursday, November 19, 2009

Where Were You?

I'm at Birds On a Wire today in a series about remembering one of the life-changers of the 1960's. Click over and check it out.

If you haven't been to Birds On a Wire before, take a look.  Paula Hartman Cohen puts out cogent looks at issues and life--where we've been and where we're going.  

Recent series have included health care legislation, the falling of the Berlin Wall and a look back at the day JFK died.  And Paula has the life experience to winnow through the stack to the good stuff, after a life as a reporter, writer, wife, mother, stepmother, grandmother, photographer, singer, knitter and blogger. 


  1. Omigosh, thanks so much! But, I don't do nature photography and mouth-watering recipes, like someone I know.

    It will be interesting to see what readers add to the mix. Like you say, it's one of the those days you never forget.


  2. Kathleen, thanks for the nudge to what looks to be a great blog .
    And I loved learning about you... adds a layer

    I was born in '63, but I know that this deeply affected my already becoming cynical father. We had a huge bronze bust of JFK's head with engraving, and many books that I spent hours looking at , then later reading.


My readers are all geniuses. Can't wait to see what you have to say.