Category Archives: Ageism

Funny conversations with kids.

Sometimes when you have kids they tell you the blunt truth. Sometimes that’s pretty darn funny. I’ll keep this an ongoing list of funny things the kids say, so here’s the first one: March 27/15: We were walking up to … Continue reading

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Respect your elders, but they can walk on you or the story of childhood in Canada.

     Respect your elders. Hold the door, say please and thank you. Speak when spoken to and don’t interrupt. All done and just fine until I had children of my own. At that point the phenomenon I call childism became … Continue reading

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