Telling Your Story - Its Your Legacy
The Montgomery Gazette published the 2014 Seniors Edition today and I am very pleased to share an article, Personal Stories: For the Next Generation and Yourselves, with outstanding videographer and personal historian Ronda Barrett.
Ronda and I have talked about stories before and we are on the same wave length about the importance of personal stories as family legacy.
She and I will be talking about personal stories in a few weeks when she is a guest on my cable television program, Stories in Time: In Focus. The film will air in April and I will post when it is on line.
The article is available
Since Gazette writer Scott Harris interviewed me by telephone I was very impressed that he "got" me and his quotes were exactly what I remember saying - - except, for one thing - and it is important enough to me that I want to clarify.
Yes, I am working on a memoir for my children - and anybody who wants to hear it - but it is an oral memoir. I do not write the stories: I tell them - in short and longer programs. This "legacy" body-of-work is based on memory, experience, and family history.
This video - "The Door Story" - is a favorite from my Childhood Series.
April 26 West Virginia storyteller Adam Booth and I will share an evening of stories in a House Concert in Chevy Chase, MD. We both have new works. My new story, part of the memoir stories, is "The Calendar: A Romance."
HERE For more information about my work.
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