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Get Framed!

Many times each day, I pass by the bookshelves in our family room. In addition to books and knickknacks, I see framed pictures of our family. Some are pictures taken on a vacation, some are pictures taken during the holidays and a couple of them were taken at restaurants when we were out for a special meal.

I cherish these pictures as they bring back many happy memories. These pictures were taken with a regular camera as cell phones did not have camera capabilities. Some days I have to dig deep in my mind to get an image of Lisa, but these pictures sure help.

My suggestion to anyone now is to take pictures of your loved ones and friends! It’s easy with a smart phone. But I would also suggest taking it one step farther and get some of the pictures framed where you can see them on a regular, everyday basis. Cell phones can get lost or broken or pictures can accidentally get deleted. But once a picture is framed, you have it in a tangible way forever. And as the years go by, those pictures become a true treasure!

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