3 Family Traditions and How to Write About Them

Gael Gilliland and her dad singing

Ah, family traditions. Those activities we do with the people we love, over and over again. Even when we tire of the activity and desperately want to do something else. This post isn’t about one of those kinds of traditions. For the next few moments, I’m going to regale you with one of my favorite…

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How to Document Religious Memories and Moments

Religious Holiday Storytelling

In December, I thought it would be fun to apply the 5-minute storytelling process to some of the major religious holidays and events during the last month of the calendar year. The inspiration came after being asked to create Christmas prompts. I felt it was important to represent as much as I could. This is a…

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Makers and Telling Stories Behind What We Make

Telling Stories Behind What We Make

Have you heard the term makers? Basically, a maker is anyone who is making things. If your grandmother enjoying quilting or crocheting, or if your dad does woodwork, they are makers. For our purposes in this discussion, makers are people who make things for people they love. Let’s jump into telling stories behind what we…

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How to DIY a unique gift for less than the cost of flowers

get her story image

I hope this year has been full of wonderful memories and the beginnings of new stories. If you are reading this, I need you to know that this is your invitation to start a conversation with a woman in your life. If it doesn’t work for you right now, this will be available all year…

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