I would like to respond to the piece by Glenn Horner about the past in Levittown. I grew up in Levittown from the years 1953 to 1963, when I was 4 to 14 years old. It was an idyllic place to grow up and it is a part of my soul. The values of the time and place, the freedoms children had to wander the neighborhood and be safe, the simplicity of the games we played and the aromas of mown grass, privet hedges and honeysuckle, have all taken root in the cells of my body. I have begun a blog just to write about the stories I lived as a child in Levittown, about the friendship I made with a dear friend - and we are still friends after more than 50 years. It was a truly unique experience. Even friends who are my age and grew up with similar values and family ties, do not relate the same way my friend and I do having grown up in those times in Levittown. The stories stay with me, which is why I am sharing them with those who come and visit my blog (www.levittownstories.blogspot.com). And thanks to Glenn for sharing his own experiences with the new generation.