Building Memories

This week, we’re hosting Douglas Gresham and Meg Sutherland at Sprig Studios. Doug is a long-time friend, and famed adopted-son of C.S. Lewis; and he’s also Meg’s Executive Producer for a potential record deal we’re working on.

Needless to say, the whole experience has been nostalgic and inspiring. Meg’s music is filled with the “divine melancholy” that Tolkien was famous for capturing; and spending any time with Doug’s larger-than-life persona is always a treat. His stories are captivating, and to hear him reminisce of growing up with Jack is nothing short of spellbinding.

But in the midst of the revelry, I’m deeply aware of the new memories we’re forming together—stories, I hope, that my children will tell of with great fondness.

Seek to live your life today in such a way that your great grandchildren will whisper about your happenings with wonder. Honor those around you, and build a legacy with the integrity of consistent action.

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  • AnneMarie Lachance-Sureau

    WHAT??? You hosted WHO??!! No way. We just had the girls watch Shadowlands a few weeks ago so it feels so recent that we were thinking about Douglas Gresham. Wow. That’s all I can say. Wow.

    • Christopher Hopper

      Amazing film (and great book – The Lenten Lands). He’s a wonderful man. We’ve been friends for about 10-years now.