Why Should I Tell My Life Story. Reason #3
See the big picture and learn about you! You have accomplished many things during your time on earth. Do you realize what you have been through?READ MORE
Why Should I Tell My Life Story? Reason #2
Reason #2 - You do have something to say and you can say it.
My father thought he had nothing to say. However, with just a few questions about his childhood and with my pen in hand to write down his answers, the “Life on the Farm” excerpt below was generated. I think it is interesting to read about my dad’s morning chores, his bed, and his breakfast. I think my children and grandchildren are going to appreciate it too.READ MORE
Why Should I Tell My Life Story? Reason #1
Reason #1 - Each day of life is truly a gift.
I have had numerous people tell me through the years that the reason they aren’t going to tell their life story is because, “I’m not done living yet.”READ MORE
It's Veteran's Day...a day that reminds of us the sacrifices of so many men and women. It's also a day that reminds me of the legacy that is lost when veterans' stories are not recorded.READ MORE
There is no one else like you.
You are unique. You are the only one who can describe the people, times, and places that your children and grandchildren will want to know about. Even if they aren't even a bit curious today, I believe that someday they will want to know what it was like when you were a little boy or little girl. They will appreciate your memories of your parents and grandparents. Take this opportunity to tell them.
Trick or Treat...the day after
The kids had a great time Trick or Treating last night. They shared some Butterfingers with me--my favorite. It brought to mind one of the funniest things that ever happened back in Erie, Pennsylvania, my hometown. My sister, brothers, and I were still all living at home at the time.READ MORE
Time to Start Anew
It's been over a year since I began my blog. I'm not sure why I stopped, but today is as good a day as any to begin again.READ MORE
Day 5 & 6: Joliet, IL and back to Ohio
Dad and I met Andrea Hein in Joliet, IL on Thursday morning (Aug. 5). Andrea was intrigued by the LifeBio idea and decided to write a column about it. It will appear in the Joliet Herald News on Monday. Andrea said that life had taught her...that everyone is, first and foremost, human. Each person should be treated with dignity and respect. No one is perfect. Joliet is a special town because it's the only place in the U.S. where Route 30 and Route 66 meet. Maybe someday LifeBio will make it all the way down Route 66...READ MORE