In 1999, I drove to Stockton Lake and spent the day with my Pappaw. I thought that it would be fun to interview him while I was there, so I threw in the very best state-of-the-art recording device ... a hand-held microcassette recorder and sat down with him and recorded his story. I'm really glad that I did that ... he died three years later. I learned so much that day. He was born in 1919, and life was very different 80 years later.
I listened to him tell his story, and still ... 23 years later I listen to him about twice a year. and I love being able to hear his voice. His life told in his words. You can listen here: www.recordyourlife.life/recordings.html
I have heard over the years that the one thing that people miss is their loved one's voice ... so I decided to create a service to interview people and capture their stories.
I will go to your location for the interview, bring along my professional equipment for the best quality, and provide digital copies to family members. Feel free to give me a call or message me to book a session! 913-534-8400
Record Your Life - Preserve Your Memories
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