On May 12th, 2007 twenty-one people gathered beneath the ancient Southern red oak on the lawn of Morganton, North Carolina's First Presbyterian Church. Some years before, Elizabeth (Liz) McCullough and her husband Jim met Linwood (Inky) Inscoe and his wife Harriet. They were close neighbors and good friends. Some years later, Harriet died, and then Jim. Inky and Liz supported and leaned on each other during these difficult days, and gradually discovered they had fallen in love. On this glorious spring day, beneath that magnificent oak, they married. This book is a collection of photographs of the friends and family who gathered to celebrate Liz and Inky's love and marriage.
I'm a fellow lucky enough to have relatives and friends who value their family's history, as well as understanding how valuable their own life experiences might be to their descendants. Over the years, I have compiled and edited a number of their memoirs (and now a recipe collection!) into book form, using traditional desktop publishing applications and printing procedures. I hope one day to compile my own collection of stories about my career in the theater, film and tv studios, and "on location."