There will be a time when your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will lament the fact that they don’t know as much about you and the family as they would like. Now is the time for you to see that doesn’t happen.
Here’s how Rosemary, soon joined by her husband Bruce, acted when they decided it was time to write down some of the memories that had accumulated over the years. Her goal along with Bruce was to be able to share these stories with her family, including children, their spouses, grandchildren, aunts, uncles and cousins. Many of these had been shared already, but only incompletely and to just a few.
If Rosemary wrote these stories down and had copies, they could be shared with all. Each could read and enjoy the stories of the greater family they were a part of. It would be better to accomplish this with a book so that each family member could have their own copy now and eventually pass on. But how? How do you write a book? If you can get it written, how do you get it published in a book?
Rosemary found a way and Bruce said, “What would my mother think if I told her I wrote a book?” learn what Rosemary and Bruce did for each to be able to say, “I wrote a book!”.
Contributed by: Rosemary Hume
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