I grew up in a small cabin built by none other than my parents themselves. They had help here and there, but Dad drew up the blueprint, we moved hundreds of miles away, and they got to work. The home has yet to match the blueprint, but that's no surprise considering that a work of art is never fully finished—just as our lives will never fully finish.


I can remember using kerosene lamps for light, washing and drying clothes outside, hand-pumping water, carrying loads of firewood in from the snow, and chinking between each hand-raised log.


Change was slow and beautiful and paced. And then, one day, it wasn't.


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About Shelby Hughes

2017 Shelby L. Hughes | Greensburg, PA | shelbyhugheswriter@gmail.com

Episode 12: Remembering Your Story

In this episode, I bring a memory from my childhood to remembrance and share it with you. I also explain how you can remember your story and why you should make the time to remember your story. This process of remembering may remain untold and hidden within you, it may reach your closest friends, or it may reach the world. Whatever your story and however you choose to tell it or not tell it, may this episode remind you that your story is unique and may be worth remembering. 


From The Podcast:

Living To Tell The Tale by Jane Taylor McDonnell




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