1959 was a relatively quiet year. JFK would be sworn in as president the upcoming Spring, carrying along with him the hopes and dreams of an energized generation. We were still just military advisors in Vietnam, the counter culture of the sixties hadn’t yet begun, black and white TV was all the rage, hula hoops were in, and Lucille Ball had just given birth to her first child.
raised on the beaches of southern california, visited grandma every Summer in San Diego.
Moved to Phoenix after middle school busing became too big a burden.