Where the Acorn Falls Where the Acorn Falls

Where the Acorn Falls

a mental wandering of growing up a product of the 1950s

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Publisher Description

There is a difference between growing up and growing older.

Growing up in the suburbs in the 1950s was a completely different experience than growing up after the year 2000. Just about everything was self-created and directed. From a very early age, we left our house right after breakfast and would return in time for supper. No parent or adult told us what to do to occupy our time. Mostly, they told us what not to do and we paid little attention to that advice.

Each new adventure took us to its logical or illogical conclusion. Sometimes a lesson was learned, more often than not the hard way. This is a journey through those experiences, many of which are not repeatable today.

Growing up is mental, and growing older is physical. Both form integral parts of the experiential library. Whether in the late 1800s, the mid-1950s or now, it is the best time to be alive in an ever-changing world.

Join C. M. Rip Cunningham in his recollections of what it means to grow up in an ever-shifting environment, supplemented by excerpts from As the Twig is Bent by Dr. John H. Cunningham.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2023
October 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
236
Pages
PUBLISHER
Light Messages Publishing
SELLER
Chicago Review Press, Inc. DBA Independent Publishers Group
SIZE
4.8
MB