Keeping his memory alive - Gerald F Sherlock
This is an awesome project. I just discovered it (courtesy of Rosa - my favorite connector) and I'm very impressed. I have a friend who makes video documentaries of her family via her annual family reunion. She edits them together and I love them (and I'm not at all related to them). After seeing her first film, we asked to be invited to the reunion and now have a standing invitation (I think it's partially because we bought something at their auction, which they do every year to help subsidize the travel expenses of the people who need a little help). This compilation has a similar feel - well done!
Dwayne, Rosa is a wonderful connector. Where would we be without her?I think this is a good way to use what we have today (blogs, podcasts, etc.) and capture something of the "greatest generation" to share with others. The family will certainly enjoy it.I am having a good time doing this. Of course spending time with Dad is precious anyway, but I learning so much more than I knew before. The story is a good one on many levels.Thanks for stopping by! Keep coming back, there will be more good stuff here.
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