When we start small, it can mean all the world, just to see us smile.
When we leave, a lifetime of treasured memories is left to capture—but only for those who know how to preserve them.
It takes a lifetime to build a life worth living—but by then, all that's left is the telling. That life worth living, that life once lived, only means something to the ones who received its gift. But the only way that gift can keep giving is if someone takes the time to perpetuate that legacy, to remember and repeat and pass it on.
For Maureen Sander, remembering her life full of love, one year since she left.
For Margaret Stevens, remembering ninety eight years of love and generosity.