CODGERS. I told this story about my father’s birthday here: On my father’s 70th birthday, we were able to assemble the whole extended family around the dining room table. As the cake was brought in, my brother Elmer asked: “Dad, does this mean that now you’re a codger?” My father beamed, paused for effect, and replied: “I’ve always been a codger.”

Today my brother and I turn 70.

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One Response to CODGERS.

  1. Dick Weisfelder says:

    Wow! Congratulations! But you’ll never catch up to me however hard you try.

    But in my view, you two are perennially youthful (behavior-wise at least!)

    Chris makes the great leap in August

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