How many stories have you heard your dad tell over the years? Probably too many to count! But have you taken the time to capture those stories so that they can be shared and passed …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Storytelling
How much do you know about your mom’s (and grandmother’s) childhood or early adulthood? Moms always have so many stories about you, your siblings and other family and friends, but they don’t always talk about …Read More →
Every two minutes we snap more pictures than the whole of humanity did in the 1800s. Source: pastbook.com
We love to take photos … of the people we are with, of funny signs, even of …Read More →
How do you store and organize your photos? Are your stories being told or do you keep your photos in photo albums stuffed in the closet, garage or attic? Why not transform your photos into …Read More →
This month, we are focusing on telling stories and sharing memories. Here are some precious memories quotes that caught my attention.Read More →
In researching this month about family reunions, I came across some fun activities that can help you capture and share some great memories, especially for those who are unable to attend.Read More →
Family dynamics are always changing … new babies … marriages … divorces … the passing of elderly family members. Our lives get busy and chaotic so we try to keep up with what’ going on …Read More →
I’m a photo organizer by trade. I love to help people capture, save and share their memories, whether recent or from years ago. It’s all your history.
With the start of the new year, I decided …Read More →
I recently came across a list of photo ideas for the fall season. There’s some great ideas and wanted to share them with you before it gets too late!Read More →
We’re constantly taking pictures, day-in and day-out. In fact, our smart phones have become the photo album of today.
But what about all those old photographs? The ones that may be dust-covered, yellowed, faded, or cracked? …Read More →