legacy of fun

I believe that humans tend to stereotype the generations that have come before us.  Has anyone else noticed this?  We give those we deem “older people”  5 stars for being people who did the right thing and were good, honest citizens, but don’t believe they can relate to who we are today and how society now functions.  But if you study history, you see people who overcame obstacles much bigger than we currently deal with.  They have left us a legacy, and its not only of hard-work and pride, but of fun, as well.  History is full of people who were far more talented than most stars today.  I’d love to see someone from my generation do this.  This video was an impromptu performance taped at the Mayo Clinic (I do not know why they were there.)  This couple was married 62 years at the time of the performance. (I’d love to see any of my generation make THAT, too!)  Enjoy!

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One Response

  1. Get down with your bad selves!

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