My name is Marie Watson and I live in Western Montana. I have a wonderful husband and I have a 22 year old daughter and an 11 year old son. I have homeschooled for about 16 years. I started my Cherish Bounds business so I could publish my own books but I found out there was so much more to this than just that. I am excited about what we can do with this business in helping people to write their own stories.
We believe that people not only have "A" Story,but each individaul has thousands of stories that make up their life. We have the tools to help them find,capture and share them!!
Follow Me and I Will Follow You Baby!!
Memories That Bind is a self publishing company working with Cherish Bound to help you preserve your memories by helping you capture,write and publish your story into beautiful high quality bound books.
Storytelling is the way we learn naturally. Stories connect generations to one another. Children love their parents or grandparents to tell them stories from when they were kids. For years stories have been told to convey lessons,to teach and to educate. Storytelling can be a incredible teaching tool where information is more easily retained. Telling stories along with reading and writing can all work together to bring a more rounded approach to learning. Historical facts embedded into a good story can result in students retaining more of the information. Storytelling can be powerful. It supports speaking and listening skills,motivates reading and writing and stimulates the imagination. Stories can teach,reinforce and introduce ideas and curriculum's in a more logical and creative way. Stories can teach important life principles and lift our spirits. Stories help us remember our past and allow us to live on for generations. Stories can be used to present and preserve our culture and heritage. In this fast paced world it is so important that we look back at where we came from and share that rich history with our children so that they will share with theirs. At my house I am always repeating stories that my parents told me or about events that happened when I was a child to my son.
A Cheyenne storyteller once said,"Stories are gifts. It is up to us to GIVE and receive them."