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Every Sunday, you can walk down memory lane with "Princess" (Ersula Odom-McLemore) and pick up a few nuggets that will inspire you, make you laugh out loud, or just go humm. Princess interviews facinating people with stories to tell.
Her format is just a little conversation between two people who will discuss everything from events from their formative years to departing widom. Princess is a graduate of Eckerd college and was the wife of the late Issac McLemore who, took Metabolife from zero to a billion dollars in three years, called her “Princess”. Listen in or be a guest and discover forgotten treasures – Princess Memories 5:00 p.m. (ET) 2:00 p.m. (PST) Sunday. Won't be at your computer? Listen in anyway by calling 712-432-0075 passcode 173373
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"Princess Memories Nugget of the Show" was given
by Romona Jackson-Jones ... "Failure is not final".
What a great way to say "I will not quit until I succeed."
08-05-2012 Congratulations to Alan Waite and the launch of
07-08-2012 Christmas in July Links:
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Poem Ersula read on air: © 2012 Ersula Odom-McLemore She pulled that veil back To access the entire package
Holiday Family History Gameplan
by Ersula Odom on 12/11/11
This is the season everyone gets together and family stories float through the air like music. This year PLAN to capture some of them. Record them. Write them down.
One easy way is take one photo that is old and use it to tell one of the relative stories you hear repeated this year. Create one scrapbook just to tell the story of the one photo. Or write a one page summary. Or record the story via audio or video. Keep is simple and just do it.
PLAN to listen and watch for those once-in-a lifetime moments that most certainly will happen this year. Picture one to the many photos you will take and write what happen. Be as creative or as simple as you like. It is about the story. A talented rendering can come later.
See how Donny Osmond added 38 generations to his family tree using OneGreatFamily!
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