An brief welcome to Chez Pa

A brief welcome to Chez Pa…

Hi…Thanks for stopping by…My name is Mark and I’m a grandfather… If you’re here and you’re a grandfather too, then welcome….part of me is already feeling accomplished

If you’re here just because you’re browsing or maybe you’re thinking about another grandfather (that you already know or might one day want to become) then welcome to you too…

My primary hope is that visitors to my website will find Chez Pa to be an interesting, worthwhile and fun place to be…to read/think about being a grandfather…

I expect that Chez Pa will offer its guests a safe and supportive online environment wherein the personal experience of being a grandfather can be comfortably described and constructively engaged…

At its core, Chez Pa will be my personal blog on the joys and challenges associated with my grandfathering experience…My secondary ambition is that Chez Pa has also successfully engaged in reaching out to other grandfathers who have somehow indicated to me their interest in contributing to the greater good by sharing their joys and challenges too (leave a note for me in the comments section and I’ll be in touch)….Tertiary goals that I have for my website is that it can also serve as an Affiliate resource location from where products or services of potential interest to grandfathers can be identified/purchased and from which I can receive financial compensation…

I hope that you find the information herein to be of interest and inspiration enough that you’ll share word of our internet presence with members of your personal network

Why I have created this website…

First of all, if you’re like me you may still be shaking your head in disbelief that becoming a grandfather has actually happened and at just how quickly you got there…Grandfathering does indeed compel an appreciation for the passing of time…the experience of being a grandfather has likely already impacted you in countless and often surprising ways…

I think that the tasks assumed by people who attempts to provide a written reflection on their full experience of being a grandfather avails of its author and his readership an opportunity for insight, inspiration and honesty while considering/dentifying the interconnectivity of multigenerational life…the people who’ve come to Chez pa are likely those who expect/want to read and contribute to the recounting of the personal experience of grandfathering…

THE GOAL OF My Site

As an online resource, the evolving mission of Chez Pa will be to continue to provide its members factual information on issues/themes relevant to the interests and lifestyle of grandfathers and with a curated forum for constructive communication among its members…

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best

Mark

Chezpa.com


Who We Are…At [Chezpa.com], we are committed to maintain the trust and confidence…

Who We Are

At [Chezpa.com], we are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of all visitors to our web site. In particular, we want you to know that [Chezpa.com] is not in the business of selling, renting or trading email lists with other companies and businesses for marketing purposes.

In this Privacy Policy, we’ve provided detailed information on when and why we collect personal information, how we use it, the limited conditions under which we may disclose it to others, and how we keep it secure.

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When someone visits [Chezpa.com], there may be an ability to submit comments on particular articles or pages.  When comments are submitted, you are entitled to use aliases or information that completely hides your identity. When a comment is submitted, the relevant details (name, email, website) that you provide are stored.  These details are stored so that we can display your comment back to you, and to anyone viewing the comment sections on the site. We do not verify information entered nor do we require verification.

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You are entitled to view, amend, or delete the personal information that we hold. Email your request to our data protection officer [Mark] at [Markleblanc@chezpa.com] and we will work with you to remove any of your personal data we may have.

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About me

About me

Hello…my name is Mark…I am 61 year old recently retired Social Worker from Montreal…my wife and I continue to proudly share many aspects of our extended lives with our beautiful adult daughter, her husband and their adorable 8 and 7 year old daughters Goodness and Gracious…

Oh yeah, and I also sing in an adult choir (Aurora Chorealis) and intermittently hang with musician friends with whom I’ve been fortunate enough to have successfully written song lyrics for that were published and included in each of their 3 acclaimed CDs

I am currently about to begin website ownership of an online place I’m choosing to call Chez Pa…

My Blog

At its core, I want Chez Pa to be a personal blog space from where I can regularly describe the joys and challenges associate  with my own experience of being a grandfather….secondary ambitions I also have for this site are that individual grandfathers will make their own contribution to this online space by describing their experience and that interested guests also use Chez Pa as a specialized affiliate resource space whenever identified product links are pursued to make on line purchaces relevant to the interests or lifestyles of individual grandfathers….

Chez Pa

Nuff said…

This is my first everything so I can only get better…be patient with me….be kind with everyone….love your grandchildren….

If you need a hand or have any questions while you’re on my site, feel free to leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can…

Be safe…come on in… get as close as you want…see you inside…

Mark

Chezpa.com

 

 

How to be a pretty darn good Grandfather

Hello … Bonjour … Welcome … Bievenue

My name is Mark and I am the 61 year-old grandfather of Ava and Sophie, my two wonderful Montreal area granddaughters. My first insight and a first contribution that I’d like to make in response to my opening question of “How to be a pretty darn good grandfather?” is that  pretty darn good grandfathers will always want to be current in the lives of their grandchildren and be demonstrably interested and empatheticly invested in caring that their grandchildren know that their grandfather knows that they know that you care…details to follow…. Continue reading “How to be a pretty darn good Grandfather”