I was something in the 60s but now I'm just sixty something.

About Me

Hello! My name is Philis Miller Sarto. I’m just another boomer still trying to find meaning in life.


11 responses to “About Me

  1. Elizabeth says:

    great title!! i’m proud of you, keep them coming 🙂

  2. Carol says:

    Great blog, Philis! As Elizabeth above said, Keep ’em coming!

  3. Joe Sarto says:

    On my way back to work another 12. Spent my morning minutes on your blog. Already made it a better day:) Can’t wait to share!

  4. Tom Miller says:

    hey sis–good job! Wow, eleven states. Me too plus Keflavik. Iceland for those who could care less.

  5. sharon says:

    hi. i saw the post in the susquehanna ’72 on fb that you had a blog. this is my first visit to it.
    i was class of ’72 at s.u.

    • sixtiestosixties says:

      Hi Sharon. I went to SU my freshman year and then transferred. I kept in touch with some of my friends there through the years. I was at the recent ’72 reunion with them. I loved the school and the people but decided I needed an education major so I left. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. Philis, your blog is WONDERFUL, as is your point of view. Are you interested in reviewing a book on growing up in the ‘60s? I’ve discounted my ‘60s coming-of age-novel Ride the Snake (author Kevin Kelly) to FREE on Amazon as a Kindle download for the long weekend. Thanks for checking out the madness, and possibly reviewing the book!

    • sixtiestosixties says:

      Kevin, I did download your book and read it. You captured the era! Great first novel. Hope to see more from you.

      • Thank you for your kind words. In this brave new world of self-publishing, comments such as yours come as a soothing balm amid the frenetic uncertainty of the process. I’m glad you enjoyed my book and I hope you are able to take the time to write a couple of sentences on Amazon. Evidently, reviews make a difference there. The 60s was such a great era and I plan on delving more into it in the near future. Thanks again.

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