Brian Gage walks us through the various meanings of home, from a childhood bedroom to an investment to memory.
This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.
Brian Gage doesn't give any disclaimers: "Facts are for fools. Enhancement is the order of the day."
Marian Ensor shares what she learned from having exchange students.
Ellen Jensen recalls a true story of conspiracy and revenge. Tyranny can never go unpunished.
Barbara Willie-Pecora tells the story of her cousin Pat's life, death, and eulogy, which was "fit for a king" if not 100% true.
Russ Beck's great-granddad redirected a stream shovelful by shovelful near Spring City, Utah, with help from FDR's New Deal.
Joyce Baldwin rejoices over TV dinners and explains how she managed to raise 2 boys who are great cooks as a single mother.
Soon-to-be 84-year-old Ann Dahl reflects on swearing -- when it's appropriate to swear and when a psuedo-swear will do the trick.
Esther never expected to adopt a cat- but she tells of how her cat has saved and taught her.
Sandy explains the feeling words invoke- and how love goes beyond words.