“It felt good to be able to remember and to have the opportunity to share about our friend.”

Last week I had the privilege of meeting with four women to share memories about their dear friend who passed away suddenly several years ago. I am working on a life story book for their friend’s husband. We are also retelling his wife’s story through the voices of those who knew her best.

So much healing comes when we take time to remember and talk about our loved ones who have passed away. It’s important.

If you have lost a loved one, remember something about them today—something funny, silly, special, ordinary—and share it with someone else. If you’re interested in preserving your loved one’s life story and legacy in an heirloom book, let’s get started.

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