Our loved ones are a treasure trove of facts, experiences, and perspectives that often remain unearthed. We’ve created a system that makes it so easy to share memories and experience that can be passed down for generations.
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(PRWEB) December 12, 2006
The Remembering Site (http://www.TheRememberingSite.org) proudly announces its special rate through the first of the year, so family members can buy one another meaningful gifts this holiday season. The Remembering Site is a non-profit organization that makes it easy for anyone, anywhere to write, share, and publish their life memories.
Co-founder Dr. Sarah McCue said, “Imagine giving the greatest gift ever -- the opportunity for your loved ones to write their memories about childhood, young adulthood, what it felt like to say goodbye when leaving home, special times spent with their own children, remembering their happiest days, gaining insight into their down moments, and understanding what they believe in.”
McCue believes that one of the most important things we can do as our parents and grandparents get older is to encourage them to write memories from their life. “Our loved ones are a treasure trove of facts, experiences, and perspectives that often remain unearthed. We’ve created a system that makes it so easy to share memories and experience that can be passed down for generations.”
Co-founder D.G. Fulford said, “When loved ones are finished writing in one week or one year, these memories can be e-mailed to friends and family, printed from a home printer, archived at The Remembering Site for others to read, and/or have a book printed to give to friends and family.”
Just click the Join button at http://www.TheRememberingSite.org to give this gift, a one-time special registration fee of $25 for a special grandparent, parent, or sibling.
At the time of purchase, an instant welcome message will be sent, letting your loved one know that you have made this gift so that they can begin to write their story. The gift message includes instructions on how to get started including the user name and initial password that they can later change.
There's no greater gift than giving a child or grandchild answers to the questions that we just never think to ask our parents.
McCue asks, “Won't you give the greatest gift ever?”
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