“Forgotten Footage” by Kelly Farley

Forgotten Footage

It’s been almost 3 years since I recorded this video.  However, I never posted it on this blog.  It was recorded as a favor for a fellow grief survivor who had lost her husband.  She had written a book and wanted a collection of videos from other people that had experienced a profound loss for her book release.

I’ve been wanting to post it for a while because I think there is good content and discussion points.  However, it required me to do some editing, but I didn’t have the software, until now.

Watch it and let me know your thoughts.

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4 Responses to “Forgotten Footage” by Kelly Farley

  1. applejack76 says:

    Great video, Kelly. Glad to watch something of meaning on You Tube. I think you should do more, if your schedule allows it. I also watched your older “My Fault” video. Hearing other parents stories are what makes us feel like we are not alone.
    Thanks,
    Lily’s dad,
    Greg

    • GrievingDads says:

      Greg – It’s great to hear you like the video format. I plan on doing more since I will have an idea or subject enter my head while I am driving and I also forget to capture in words when I get back to my office. I need to start pulling over and capturing it while it is still fresh.

      Stay tuned!

      Kelly

  2. GrievingDads says:

    Marty – Happy to hear you like it. Hope all is well!

    Kelly

  3. Marty Tousley says:

    Outstanding, Kelly ~ an important and powerful message for any man who is struggling with grief and loss. Thank you!

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