Blue Star

Frozen Cat
Scott Sullivan
If my daughter Flannery had to walk to school, as I did, through a subdivision sprouting in our former grasshopper-catching meadow, she would not have missed out on the frozen cat.

Talk among geezers leads invariably to laments about how kids today (i.e. our kids) are spoiled because they lack deprivations we had as children.

Our parents bewailed the same thing about us, as their parents did about them. So what if our knowledge levels and living standards today are greater than anything we (or they) had imagined? Who cares if this fulfills what we vowed to do: change the world so our kids would not have to face all the bad things we did?

For full story, pick up a copy of the Feb. 5 Commercial Record or subscribe to the e-edition.

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