posted on Mar, 30 2010 @ 10:48 PM
I've often wanted to write a Memoir. Most would think that one would want to write this account of their life's experiences at an older age. Albeit
there is no written rule on the age one has to be to write a Memoir. Memoirs are often associated with someone who is in their latter years of life
and want to provide a written account of that life for whatever reason.
There have been Memoirs written by people of all ages, of which are inspired by a multitude of events that transpired in a person's life. Memoirs are
generally written so future generations can be provided with a written record of an individuals life such as their family lineage, their birth, their
childhood, their adult life, or merely just to record significant events during their life, more or less just the climactic points minus all the
So my questions for the readers of this thread are, if you were tasked with writing your own Memoir, in order to create a written record of your life,
what would you include? Would you hit on just the climactic events in your life? Or, would you want the whole story told, not one iota of information
left out as to let the world know who you really were and what you were all about?
...and since I started this thread with the title I did...
Would you include your experiences during your run on ATS for future generations to see? If you had to pick your best and worst memory of your ATS
membership thus far, what would that be?
Thank you for reading and I look forward to your replies!