Keeping track of our lives


I have my books printed at Blurb.

Cellphones, Facebook, and other influences make our lives increasingly temporary. Will you leave your cellphone to your children so they can learn about their past?

Probably not. Fortunately families can publish books, one copy at a time, and at prices that make sense. If you need help with yours, I’m here.

That’s me in the photo. I developed a delight in ladies early in life. I would not have this photo if cellphones had existed in 1950.

We must take the initiative to provide source materials that give young people a sense of their history and the participants in it. Storing our history on cellphones does not honor the people who participated in that history.

Fortunately we can do more, and you might even decide that doing it is fun and satisfying. It’s worth investigating.


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