My family and I get joy from the memories I’ve put down

As I approached 50, I promised myself I would chronicle my personal family history exclusively for our children, Michael and Caroline. By then, both were already teenagers.

How hard could that be?, I asked myself. I’d long written for newspapers and magazines, even a book. But I’d never done so for the kids.

A year passed, and then another, without my getting around to it. Too many distractions — like earning a living. I always found excuses.

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