As the bard famously stated in "As You Like It", “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” In other words, all of life is theatre, a collection of stories to be told. In the hands of a master storyteller, even the most mundane of life’s stories can find its audience and can become compelling in its own right. REMEMBERING MOM AND DAD is a collection of essays and short stories written over time remembering Bayla and Jerry Jacobson. The stories include personal recollections from the author's experience along with the retelling of numerous events related to the author in conversations over the years. Some of the stories included are: "Music in the House", "The Parenthood Plunge", "The Jacobson Pet Parade", "Disney Days of Summer", and many more.
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About the Author
Ande Jacobson is an engineer, a musician, and a writer. As a musician, Ande is a reed player and sometimes a musical director for numerous theatre pit orchestras in the Silicon Valley. As a writer, Ande pulls from both the analytical side as an engineer and the artistic side having spent a fair amount of time on the dark side of theatre writing reviews and theatre commentary on agoodreedreview.com. Through this first book, Ande makes the jump from “analyzing the data” to telling the stories and keeping family memories alive.