Are there poems from your childhood or young adulthood that are embedded in your memory? Have you looked back and reflected on the small moments in life that have had a profound effect on you? If so, you are in for a treat with this week’s blog postings.

Pam Pacelli Cooper of Verissima Productions remind us of Poetry Month in The Poems in Your Life: Poems and Personal History.

“This is April, and it’s National Poetry month. We tend to think of poems as something we must memorize in school, or an almost arcane form of literature.” (continued)

Sarah White of True Stories Well Told hosts a guest blogger with a touching and memorable story in Hope.

“On this trip, my parents included a tour of the State capitol building in Little Rock, as well as museums and other historical sites. My brother and I both distinctly remember the shock we felt turning a corner and seeing the rest room” (continued)

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 ~APH: The Life Story People~

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Shannon Stallone

Shannon Stallonejoined the Association of Personal Historians in 2014 and began her business as a Personal Biographer providing services to the San Francisco Bay Area. She spent more than twenty years in the social services field working with individuals with developmental disabilities and the elderly. This work not only enhanced her listening skills but bolstered her belief that everyone truly does have a story to tell.
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