Posted on Nov 25, 2013
Is there a special veteran in your life? I know there is in mine. If you have a veteran in your family, you have probably noticed that they have some of the best stories to share.
These stories are priceless, and I want nothing more than for generations to come to hear them. That is why it is so important to remember these stories and keep them alive to honor the veteran close to your heart.
Write them down -Ask your veteran to write down their stories in a journal. If they have trouble writing, you can do it for them. Make copies of these journals, and pass them around to family members. It may be the best book they have ever read.
Scrapbook - We love to scrapbook. Gather your veteran's war photos, medals, and other trinkets, and make a scrapbook to symbolize their time in the service.
Recording - If you or your veteran is not creatively inclined, make a recording of them telling their story. Save the recordings on CDs or audio clips.
How do you share your veteran’s stories?