Kay (94) was adamant about our remembering what came before, even before the wars.
This project isn’t just about gathering stories and creating charts and graphs – it’s about aging, our elders, remembering, preserving, and more. So far this project has touched everyone I’ve presented it to in a different and amazing way. Everyone finds something in it to love. The latest Inside Scoop – what I am looking for.
I strongly believe that publishing the Untold Stories Project’s interviews in a book is the best way to go. In this Inside Scoop, I explain why.
83 year old Owen of Holland, Michigan, had a few words to say about how the Untold Stories Project will effect future generations.
In this Inside Scoop, I speak a little about my travel experience – specifically in disaster areas and camping / spiking out. In fact, my travel experience has been extremely varied. It includes sleeping on homemade bunks in an old school in Mississippi, sleeping in a tent under a busted out warehouse after Katrina, communal living (on an Air Force Base and in volunteer camps), living out of a tent on a mountain and using a pool shower to stay clean every few days, and staying in third world countries.