Those who have been following my blog know that I live to share my stories.
Stories of childhood. Mine, my parents' my grandparents' and the newer generations as well.
I have written over 1000 of them. . . . so far.
Who knew there were that many to tell?!
I treasure those stories.
And the comments that faithful readers give! My favourites usually run along the lines of: "Wow! Did you ever bring back a memory for me!" or "Your story reminded me of . . ."
Have you been wanting to record them?
Have stories of your childhood (or your Nana's or your Great-Aunt Rebecca's) been itching to get out?
But you don't know where to start?
Memories of Me: A Complete Guide to Telling and Sharing the Stories of Your Life is a new book by Laura Hedgecock that leads you along the path of remembering - and more importantly - recording those stories.
Her fun, insightful instructions and actual, physical workpages will motivate, guide and inspire even the neophytes among us.
These stories . . . your stories . . . are important. They need to be told. Once we go, who will be there to remember that time when we were four years old and had to be rescued by our Olympian mother from the top of the windmill?
Or the time the severed chicken head scared the daylights out of us, prompting a multi-generational fear of chickens?!
Your stories are priceless.
Start recording them.
Let Memories of Me: A Complete Guide to Telling and Sharing the Stories of Your Life guide you!
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