Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story: A Mother’s Guided Journal To Share Her Life & Her Love
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Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story: A Mother’s Guided Journal To Share Her Life & Her Love
Show Mom Your Love and Appreciation by Giving Her the Gift That Tells Her Life Story.
Mom I Want to Hear Your Story is the perfect way for your Mother to share the joys and triumphs of her life while also creating a cherished legacy.
Imagine reading about the details of her life and journey.
Think of all you will learn about your Mom when you read the stories of her and her experiences.
This the Original and Best-Selling Way for Mothers to Share Their Story
Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story will guide your Mother with prompts and questions, making it easy for her to share the stories of her childhood, teens, and adult years. This will be her life, her victories, her challenges, and her lessons. You will give her the gift of legacy and you the gift of knowing her a little bit better
Bestselling author Jeffrey Mason has created this popular series of guided journals that have helped thousands create a legacy for their families by sharing their life stories, who they are, and what they have experienced.
Newly Expanded and Upgraded. More Prompts, Pages, and Space for your Mom to Share Her Life and Story with You!
Buy Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story and give your Mother the gift that will continue to give as the years go by. Available in Soft back and Hardback Versions.
"My Mom isn't one to talk about herself, but this wonderful journal had her sharing so many great stories about her life." -Christy Sanders
"This little book created such big memories." -Rhonda Andrews
"I got this one for my Mom and the Dad version for my Father." -Joe Houser
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