New Podcast: Give Your Photos Stories with Debbie Hodge

by | Storytelling Ideas | 5 comments

Last week I recorded an episode of a new podcast for scrapbookers from Debbie Hodge, owner of Get it Scrapped. Give Your Photos Stories explores personal and practical aspects of uncovering memories and sharing them with scrapbook pages.

For Episode 002: Grandma, Michelle Houghton and Terry Billman joined me as Debbie’s guests. While I do love to write, sharing my personal stories orally was a little new to me. I really enjoyed the process and especially found listening to others helpful for forging new connections in my own brain.

Click here to see me in a wig and listen to this episode of Give Your Photos Stories. Then, come back here and tell me what you think of the podcast. You can subscribe with iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

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  1. Dawn N

    I am so excited I didn’t realize you had a podcast! I cant wait to listen on my way home tonight!

    • Jennifer Wilson

      I wish I could take all the credit, but it’s Debbie’s podcast. I was just a guest. I’ve also been a guest on The Digi Show and the Paperclipping Roundtable, if you don’t already listen to those.

  2. Alissa

    I listened to this just today & was going to email you (whoa-are you in my brain?) I loved it and was so inspired and thought of several stories. I need to not listen while driving. Also I loved what you said about watching your mom as a grandma and it being different. I have a similiar experience with my dad.
    Anyway it was wonderful. Good job!

    • Jennifer Wilson

      Thank you!

  3. Cyndi

    Great addition to GIS! I love podcasts. This particular format is appealing. I loved hearing all the stories that went with the photos. Very endeavouring and inspiring!


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