Ten minutes from my door is the entrance to a wonder of the world. It’s not the Grand Canyon of the west that calls to thousands of tourists each year, but for those of us who know and love this canyon carved by the Missoula Floods in the last ice age, it may as well be...Read More
Yesterday Ben finished our two greenhouses which cover our two 4×4 raised beds. The greenhouses look like miniature white army tents, white plastic attached to 3/4 inch PVC pipe. They are a cross between a cloche, a small translucent covering for plants, and a greenhouse,...Read More
Telling our stories connects us to future generations.
Ever since ancient man recorded stories on cave walls, prophets left us stories on scrolls, and books were first printed, we have been telling stories.
We may minimize the impact our life story may have on others, but each life story is of value to those we leave behind. Our story is a legacy for future generations. But it is also of benefit to you, the storyteller, connecting you to the past and present as well.Learn More
Sometimes, photos are the best way to tell a story. But if photos are unlabeled, they end up in the dustbin of history, the legacy lost. My mother and I spent many hours identifying people in photos and sharing the history of who they were in her life. As a result, I was able to create a photo book containing ancestor photos for each member of the family.
To know more about how I can help you prepare a legacy photo book,
One day I was sitting in my car with my son at a traffic stop in Seattle watching the people in the crosswalk. I said, “Each of those people have a story. My frustration is not having the time to tell all their stories.”
Helping others tell their life stories is my passion and purpose.
Learn more about how I am qualified to assist you in writing your life story.Learn more