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Your Legacy
By Dionna Sanchez

Have you thought of what ways you can leave a record of your life?  There are many ways you can tangibly pass on your thoughts, views and insight.

Journaling is one way. Notes and comments in books you've read, your Bible, hymnals and even cookbooks. You can make notations of verses you liked, recipes you used at Thanksgiving or special get-togethers along
with the date.

Letters are also a wonderful thing for your ancestors to keep. If you draw, paint or sketch you can leave your artwork. In this day and age, video tapes are perfect ways to capture your style, character and mannerisms.
All of these ideas will be so cherished by those who loved you. Take the time to record your journey in life today! Someone special to you, will treasure it, tomorrow.

- By Dionna Sanchez
Owner and Editor of Emphasis On Moms
http://www.EmphasisOnMoms.com/

 

 

 

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