Creating, Celebrating & PRESERVING
Three years ago, my sister suddenly passed away at the age of 57. I am grateful for the evening she stopped by to visit 5 days prior. It was a wonderful visit. Ironically, we talked about the passing of loved ones & funeral services during that visit.
What we didn't talk about was how difficult it must be to compile photos and/or videos of our deceased loved one for their services. I quickly found out how difficult it would be that next week. I knew I had wonderful photos of my sister...somewhere in the abyss of my cabinet that looked more like a closet in a cartoon where upon opening of the door, everything comes tumbling out flattening the person in front of it. Digging through boxes with not enough time or energy only provided me to find just some of the photos I had in mind, but not all.
I became determined to not let this happen to my children and loved ones when it comes time for them to compile images for my funeral. Plus, I don't want to wait to pull photos out until someone is gone to relive the precious memories. I want to celebrate them now, documenting our stories as we live them, not when we can't remember some of the details. I made a decision to make my family photo organization a priority in my life. My friend who is a top Ambassador with FOREVER® invited me to consider FOREVER® for my memory keeping solutions. I am so glad she did, because FOREVER® is gifting me the opportunity to do so confidently and efficiently.
Like anything great you experience, you can't keep it to yourself, right? That's how I feel with what I've been able to do with my photos, videos & keepsakes in FOREVER®. I want others to experience the same joy and comfort as I have been experiencing. That's when my friend extended a second invitation to become an Ambassador with FOREVER®.
I am so glad she encouraged me to do so, because it's now my life-long mission to help others create, celebrate & preserve their precious life stories now and for future generations. I invite you to take a moment to browse through the pages of this website or visit my FOREVER® site directly,
and contact me!
Can I help you?
My sister, Jeanette (Nat), my daughter, Ashley, and my mom, Jo Jo (but she prefers you call her Mimo).