1000 Years of Memories…What’s the First Thing YOU Remember?
Everyone has a story that can enrich our lives.
With that in mind, you are going to read the stories of individuals who have reached the magic age of one hundred or beyond. One of the first questions I asked each person I interviewed was, “What is the earliest thing you remember?”
Think about it: “What is the first thing you remember?” If you are 20 years old, you may remember the dedication of the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. If you are 40 you may recall the launch of STS-1 Columbia Space Craft. If you are 60 to 65 your first remembrances might be the assassination of President Kennedy, the Vietnam War or perhaps the Beatles. If you are 80, you certainly may remember Pearl Harbor and World War II. And if you are 90, the great depression of the 1930’s is something that you could never forget. To jog your memory take a look at the following list of some significant events highlighting the last 100 years.
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