• Ronald A. Flate

How’s this for nostalgia?


Dear Clients and Friends,

Baby boomer or not – the attached comments and photos should be some fun for you all. Enjoy.

Remember when…

It took three minutes for the TV to warm up?

It was considered a great privilege to be taken out to dinner at a real restaurant with your parents?

Laundry detergent had free glasses, dishes or towels hidden inside the box?

Playing baseball with no adults to help kids with the rules?

Lying on the grass on your back with your friends and saying things like, “That cloud looks like a…”

When a ’57 Chevy was everyone’s dream car? To cruise, peel out, lay rubber or watch submarine races? And people went steady?

When being sent to the principal’s office was nothing compared to the fate that awaited at home?

Your mom wore nylons that came in two pieces?

A quarter was a decent allowance?

You got your windshield cleaned, oil checked and gas pumped – all for free without even asking?

Nobody owned a purebred dog?

You’d reach int o a muddy gutter for a penny?

Basically, we were in fear for our lives! But it wasn’t because of drive-by shootings, drugs, or gangs. Our parents and grandparents were a much bigger threat! But we survived – because their love was far greater than the threat.

I hope there was some fun to that!

And keep in mind you might be interested in our legal expertise and our level of success in helping people with their legal related issues.

Call us for a free phone evaluation to discuss any family, real estate or business legal problem.

We’ll discuss your problem, your options, your likelihood of success and fees and costs.

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing if we can be of help.

Best,

Ron

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