Who Will Tell Your Story?
Carla Merolla Odell
I remember when I was a child my father told me that every year will fly by faster and faster. There are 365 days a year, I thought. How is that possible? But it’s true. It happens because life happens. There are places to go, things to do. Moments vanish; days pass in a flash; calendar pages are torn away. While you can’t stop the march of time, Tell It Like It Was can help you return to the past, revisit events and emotions – to save and share.
If you don’t do it now, remember: Every year will fly by even faster.
A Celebration, An Honor
There’s no such thing as an ordinary life. Who you are or have been within your family, circle of friends, at work, or in your neighborhood has meaning and value. The heartbreak of a first love, the moment you realized that you were “all grown up,” the memory of a stranger who came into your life and changed you… These simple tales, when bound together, create the stories of a life well lived. By sharing your experiences and recounting your memories, you preserve these poignant tales for future generations. By sharing your stories, you add to the life stories of others.