Helping elderly loved ones write their memoir

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Many of our loved ones have lived incredible lives, yet so much of it isn't written down.

Writing their memoir is a good way to share their story and preserve family history.

Here are several topics to get you started:

  • Parents/grandparents
  • Early childhood
  • School/education
  • Work
  • Adult life
  • Words of wisdom

You can contact Pritchett at (336) 292-3875 or visit her website here.

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