This weeks roundup reminds us how important it is to get the stories down while there’s still time and some thoughts on the best ways to accomplish that.
Dawn M. Roode of Modern Heirloom Books shares a personal experience of not getting the stories down in Notes From a Funeral.
“Reflections from a funeral on remembrance and grief. Sharing memories about lost loved ones can be healing but why don’t we honor our families through story sharing now?” (continued)
“Years ago, when my friend and I were at Juniors and couldn’t get a table, we would sit at the counter, which of course means having lunch with the stranger next to you.” (continued)
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