Tributes & Video Biographies
Sharing Life Stories, Connecting Generations, Preserving Legacies

Asleep At The Family History Blog Wheel

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I keep meaning to come back here and write some more for those of you who read regularly or those who happen to find me. But I feel as if I’ve pretty much said everything there is to say on the topic of Family History, Video Biographies, Tribute Videos, capturing your family stories and every single aspect of why it should be important to you and why it will be important to your descendants. Some of you get it, some don’t see the value and some get it well after you’ve read about my services. Often times you get it too late. I can only preach so much.

So at this point, this blog contains tons of wonderful articles from how to do things yourself to ideas for gathering your family together and getting them telling stories. I invite you to poke around and of course, please leave me a comment or send an email if you’re inspired by what you’re reading. For the time being, (and actually for some time in the near past) I will not post new content to this blog. I might change that at a later date but right now, “that’s all she wrote.”

Mind you, I am still actively involved in helping my clients capture their stories. But I”m also really interested in Genealogy and am doing a lot of work with that, both for my clients as well as for my own family. I’m doing a lot of archiving and have been working with one family for over a year and a half now, helping them get all their media organized and archived. I’ve always been interested in empowering young girls and am now helping organize a conference this spring to provide some wonderful presentations for young girls to see what’s available to them and show them some amazing role models. I’m interested in learning and mastering HDR photography. You can look that up, it’s too complicated to explain here. So I’m forever learning, exploring and enthusing about my passions, I’m just not going to write about them for awhile, at least not here.

Stefani Twyford is a personal historian sharing life stories, connecting generations and preserving legacies. To learn more, visit her web site, find her on Twitter as @stefanitwyford, visit the Legacy Multimedia Facebook Fan Page, or send her an e-mail.

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