I must respond to your comment about The Villages being full of old, out of touch, white people, thinking they still live in the Reagan era. The retirees I spoke to were very well informed on what is going on in today's world and even surprised me as to how much they "knew" of pop culture, etc. It was a very pleasant, positive afternoon, just hanging around the crowded streets waiting on Sarah's arrival! Speaking of crowded streets---there were so many young people and young couples with small children out that day and everyone was having a great, positive time! Oh and they all weren't WHITE! I saw Asians, Blacks, Latinos! For the record, my hubby is latino.
You know, maybe we could experience more great days such as those when President Reagan was in office if we'd be willing to expel the hatred, come together, and be POSITIVE!
I have a question for you anonymous--when did it become a disgrace to be old or white? Your comment came across as though that is a terrible thing. I personally have high respect for the wisdom and experience of the aged who still know their worth and contribute to our society in POSITIVE ways.
I invite anyone to weigh in on this thought as well!