We love to tell and listen to stories
Storytelling has been around since before humans were Homo sapiens. We tell stories to relate events and important news, to entertain, to keep our cultures and communities strong, and to make sense of our lives. Telling our stories has become more popular than ever as our culture embraces the personal story on talk shows and through biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. It can give us a sense of connection that is missing, as the extended family living together becomes rare. As the pace of change has become dizzying, storytelling gives us a much-needed connection to our past. When you take the time to hear and preserving the stories of our parents and grandparents you will never regret the investment. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started on your own family story project.