My Life in Lists is a booklet for people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, heritages, languages, and nationalities. It is designed for individuals to record, in list format, the people, places, and things throughout their lives – and then share with family, friends, and even historians. A person can create his or her own lists on nearly 100 blank pages. It is not meant to be a diary or a journal. Rather, it is intended to become, simply and directly, a recorded compendium of one’s life.
As we get older, two things tend to happen – our memories fade and the stories we tell get bigger and better. Entries in this booklet may offer refreshing reminders of times nearly forgotten, just as family portraits, vacation photos, and home movies provide. Subjects listed can form the basis of new tales with which to stimulate the imaginations of curious progeny. Loved ones may use the topics to aid the remembrances of hazy minds. Notations can form the basis of an autobiography or furnish the foundation for genealogy research.
My Life in Lists is a novelty present for many occasions: anniversary, wedding, birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation, promotion, retirement – even a “stocking stuffer” at Christmas.
Get one for your grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, children, grandchildren, siblings, cousins, spouse, or even yourself. Begin making lists today!Buy Now
5-Star Reviews on Amazon!!!
This book couples an engaging fictional narrative with a factual and impeccably researched exploration of presidential decision-making, the legislative structure and process, and the challenges that face America today. It reaffirms that ordinary citizens can have a profound impact on the life of our nation and, by extension, the world. The content will get you thinking about the role and responsibilities of national government, the issues that affect our collective and individual lives, and the power of each and every citizen to make enduring change.
Offering bonus extras including a reference list and reader questions, it’s ideal for both book-group discussion and individual reading.
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A biographical look into U. S. Army Corporal E. E. Williams’ 3-1/2 years World War II service in the Pacific Theater of Operations. It begins with his enrollment in the Selective Service (the Draft) and ends with his Honorable Discharge upon the cessation of hostilities.