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Generation to Generation

We're halfway through this round of Life Stories classes. On Day 1, a 72-year-old father of two said his children didn't know much about him. "Not that they couldn't; they just don't," he said. A 68-year-old mother of four said her husband told her, "Your kids don't really know you." At another location, a 75-year-old mother of four said, "I never really did talk to my children about my life. They know very little." It's four weeks later, and the 72-year-old man has found out from his older sister how their parents met and he has looked up his father's World War I military records. The 68-year-old woman is spending time with letters her grandmother wrote to her mother a half-century ago and