On the Cover of the S.E. P. (Saturday Evening Post)
Well,it doesn’t have the ring of “The cover of the Rolling Stone”, but its still kind of neat experience. When I was a child, I would go to my grandparent’s (Cleaver) house in Moorestown, NJ. I would play with the Light Bright, work and puzzles and periodically sit on the couch behind the coffee table. The coffee table held their favorite magazines-Readers Digest and the Saturday Evening Post. I liked the humor and inspiring stories in Reader’s Digest, and I loved the Norman Rockwell cartoons in the Saturday Evening Post. Both magazines are a throwback to a time that seemed simpler-
Last year I was part of an article written by Ellen Michaud that was featured in Live Happy-“Live on Less to Give More-The Philanthropist Next Door”-which is nicely featured on the cover!. They took my photo in the yoga studio (I love the energy of it) and that was that…until I found out the article was picked up by Saturday Evening Post! Low and behold, my part has been whittled down to a few paragraphs and the photo is gone-just Phill Gulley and his wife remain- but heck, Grandma and Grandpa 2017, I might just be on your coffee table!