Dear Friends – For centuries we wrote letters. Many people kept them to read years later. Generations later, people discover these letters wrapped up with ribbons or stored away in a special trunk. They are fascinated and delighted in reading the personal history of an ancestor.
Today we write texts and emails and think, because they are digital, they’ll be around forever. But who’s going to go back to draw all those emails together into one place, into one special book? A book that can be handed to someone with an invitation to learn about grandma or grandpa, or a special time like the year you spent in Germany or Thailand, or maybe a special place like a family ranch or farm or summer cottage?
Those texts and emails will disappear into lost bits and bytes.
Your paperback memoir, however, will thrill your grandchild 20 years from now. The stories you record in a format that can be handed to someone to read are stories that will last for generations.
We used to spend evenings sharing stories around the dining room table, or the campfire. Today, your stories compete with all the other media and entertainment options. Even around the dining table, too often too many people are checking their smartphones for the latest posts. Stories are lost because we’ve lost the oral tradition of sharing them.
Why not capture your family’s stories in a memoir? Starting today.
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