My Stories Of Life

Sixteen Tons Of Stories That Touch Your Heart

Friday, June 17, 2005

PERCEPTION... "in the mind of the beholder"

Have you ever thought about how with some people no matter what you do, if your say "White", they say "Black". Here is a fun personal discovery video that helps you explore some of your perceptive differences. You'll need a pencil and paper to do this short practice. There is no right or wrong answer... only the fun of personal discovery. It takes just 5 minutes and it's one of those things you'll be talking to everyone about.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

House On The River

Herb (Herbie) Theis tells about his family's many encounters with native americans living on the banks of the Sauk River in Cold Spring, MN. Hear what daily life was like living in a sod shack in the late 1850's.

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Why Did They Come To America?

I live in the little town of Cold Spring, Minnesota. Earlier this year I had the chance to interview Herbert ( HERBIE) Theis, a Cold Spring historian, who told me about how and why his family came to America in 1855. Herb was still living on the original homestead without any form of running water, indoor plumbing or indoor bathroom facilities. Herbie is a brilliant man with a real sense of life's purpose. It's a wonderful story. (LOOK FOR PART II TOMORROW)

Monday, June 13, 2005

The Day I Sang For

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2001. St. Peter's Square, Vatican City, Rome, Italy. I, along with my fellow Cold Spring Area Maennerchor Men's Chorus members, attend morning mass and sing for Pope John Paul II. It was only three weeks after 911. Security everywhere was tighter than a drum. See it for yourself.


Here is a special story about how each of us has a unique purpose and reason for existing. Sometimes we're not sure where the seeds of our efforts will grow, but each and every one of us has something to contribute. Peter Nevland & Paul Finley have developed a delightful flash animated video about their visit to Yosemite National Park and their encounter with the little tree growing out of granite. THE LITTLE TREE

Sunday, June 12, 2005


The Multimedia Factor of 50. A step back in time when digital video was on the bleeding edge. How long ago was it? Where were you when a 4 minute video took 24 hours to render. Let Mr. DIGITAL GREEN... show you what it was like.

THE WEEK IN REVIEW June 4-10, 2005

Memorial Weekend 2005 THREE STOOGES
What do you get when you put 3 guys over 40 years of age and over 200 pounds a piece on a "Hot Dog"? I think you'll enjoy watching this... They make quite a big...

MOM, You're My Favorite!
What do you get when you combine a 10 year old boy who spills his heart out in a four page narrative card to his mother on "Mother's Day"? Something that will make you laugh... cry... and remember a time when...