Every week I want to share an amazing blogger with you all, an idea I stole from my pal Shauny. (mwahaha), so you can check out their blogs and maybe make some new friends!
All of these bloggers have amazed me with their art, kind heart, friendship and skills.
You ready? Here we go!
Meet Phil, a very kind soul and someone who’s always there to give support and advice.
A little about Phil
It won’t make a beans difference but at least I feel better telling our retirement/senior story. We are not a group of greedy entitlement old buzzards! We have just been busy like everyone else making a living and killing ourselves on the job “The American Way.” It’s just our turn to retire! Excuse us for living!
My short form bio is that of a retired social studies teacher & principal with a career in the public schools of New Jersey. –Graduate of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, BA in History, Drew University, Madison, NJ, MA in Political Science. Husband of Geri for 40 years. Proud father of three sons. Grew up in Paramus, NJ. Resident of Montville, NJ, for 37 years, in an 1885 Dutch Colonial. If you know anything about old houses, you know I am never at a loss for something to do! So, between “fixing paint chips,” we are fitting in some travel.
Phil Fontana, January 29, 2012.
Check out his blog if you haven’t done that already! You can find some amazing pieces about history, book reviews and great pasta recipes on there!
My favorite piece by Phil you can find right here:
My favorite pasta recipe by Phil, you can find right HERE. It taste soooo good! 🙂
For me, Phil is an amazing blogger because he reached out to me when he thought I could use some help and support. Just like that! He didn’t knew me at all, but he made many of my days brighter with his kind words and lovely comments!
Thank you for being you, Phil! I am very grateful to have met a friend like you. This is for you!
Lots of Love