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My Long Story Short
Capturing the Essence of One's Life
in Video and Book Form

    How many of you have uttered these words when it came to taking on the task of capturing memories about someone you love? Sure, it is easy to believe that we all have lots of time. And we are now blessed with amazing technological advances in the form of digital camcorders and cameras. Never before have such incredible journalistic tools been available to so many. But why is it that we so often allow precious time to simply float on by in this increasingly fast-paced world, and then . . . before we know it . . . we have missed the opportunity to learn something incredible about the people we love so dearly?

   With the development of "My Long Story Short," I am so pleased to now be able to offer you and your family the opportunity to capture (in video and hard-cover book formats) the essence of special individuals in your lives. The process is very simpleas well as enjoyablefor the people who experience it. In addition, my many years of recording and writing about interviews has taught me that, very often, individuals will choose to open up to a third party in a manner that is quite different from how they might respond to the exact same questions asked by a close family member.

   Please feel free to browse around our website, and if you have any questions, we would love to hear from you. 

Lessons Learned

"I'm thrilled that I have been able to share my recipe for my fabulous 'Fred Bread' with my family and friends. The secret is now out!  Seriously, I had a great time visiting with Harry and, to be able to pass along some of the most important lessons I've learned during my lifetime . . . this is tremendous thing, let me tell you."
                                  —Fred Kasica (77)
                                   Easthampton, Mass.

"I have learned a great deal in my life, yes, I have. And there are many ideasas well as certain feelingsthat I have always wanted to write down so I'd then be able to share them with othersespecially with my family. This process has provided me with a way to do just this. I had read Harry's book, so by the time we met for my interview, I knew all about his passion for inspiring many others to honor our seniors. I felt lucky to be able to spend time with him, and to be able to share with him a special part of my life."                   
Rae Taylor (78)
                                     Richardson, Texas

Wisdom Gained

Sample "My Long Story Short" Video
(Click on the thumbnail above to see the sample.)

Sample "My Long Story Short" Book
(Click on the thumbnail above to see the sample.)


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