WHAT stories & LEGACY ARE YOU LEAVING TO YOUR FAMILY?

My grandfather was a tall strapping Englishman – with an easy smile and laugh in spite of his seemingly stern composure.  Growing up we lived a thousand miles apart, but we still saw him a couple of times a year till I left for college. 

 

He died in my Sophomore year at the University of Utah.  And that was when I realized how little I knew about his life.  What had he done for a living?  Where did he meet my grandmother….? How did he survive the depression…?  And the list could go on.  I hardly knew him. 

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HOW MANY UNTOLD STORIES DO YOU WISH YOUR FAMILY cOULD KNOW?

Now you can leave a complete detailed story of your life - told in interview style that will chronicle your life decade by decade.  Tell stories.  Reveal long lost memories.  Talk about your values...ramble on about how much you love your family.  It's up to you what you want your legacy to be.  

Imagine your grandkids viewing it decades from now.