Sharing & Creating Holiday Memories

With the wealth of experiences older people have to draw from, reminiscing can provide personal pleasure for them, interesting details for their families, and an outlet for communication during the holidays.

Enjoy the stories that are sparked from simple pleasures such as an ornament that can be worth a thousand words.  “I gave this ‘ornament’ to your mom and dad the year you were born”… be patient, who knows, you might learn something about your heritage.


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4 Responses to Sharing & Creating Holiday Memories

  1. Denise Webster says:

    Taking Care of Business I love this. Spending time with grandparents or our Prime Timers is always a great way to have them share their wisdom with our younger generations. Tiz the season to invest our time with family!

  2. HelenaZ says:

    That is so true… my mother has the most wonderful stories about her youth and the grandchildren cannot get enough of her stories…. I recently suggested that she should start to pin them down…

  3. The wisdom of our elders is fleeting as they may not be able to express themselves as time passes. How wonderful that your children enjoy their gramma’s stories.

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