Thing One

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  1. Hi Alison, That recording of our history is such an interesting thing, hey?. Why do we do it? It’s captured in our hearts after all. But still – and I have the same thing – things that are important – for me it’s my photo albums. I love them. If my house burns down I would run and try and save them. Those impressions of my life and my family’s life feel like an anonymous legacy. Something that must be passed on – but I think it’s mainly for me. An oddly selfish motive.

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  2. Tessa, I wish I did have photo albums. All I have are a few random cardboard boxes of unsorted photos. Sometimes friends take pity on me and send me jpegs of photos featuring my family members, because they know how dumb I am with a camera. A pox upon me!

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  3. I love this! I love that you have all these amazing sounding journals. What a fabulous gift for yourself to reflect on and enjoy, as well as wonderful gift for your children for years to come.

    I keep notebooks for Ross. I think I am on my 7th now. I have fallen off on writing lately but you’ve inspired me to get back on it 🙂

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