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Category Archives: Five Condolences
As summer winds down, we greet the change of seasons with mixed emotions. We’re sad to see the warm days and carefree fun times end. And we’re anticipating the joys of fall, turning leaves, apple cider, crisp breezes, Halloween costumes. … Continue reading
The end of summer signals many new beginnings, and one of the more anticipated: kickoff. There is much ceremony in the first pitch of Opening Day, but it’s all pomp: the pitch is over in a flash. Not so for … Continue reading
Working alongside people you like to spend time with makes work feel less like…work. I am one of the lucky ones because I work at Legacy.com, where I am surrounded by people who are compassionate, thoughtful, funny, and supportive. And … Continue reading
We toast to commemorate happy times, big achievements, special days. And, of course, we toast to friends who have passed away. Today we share 5 condolence messages about toasts.
When I was in high school, my hair was just about the most important thing in my life. It was the late ’80s, and big hair was a big deal. There was the wildly popular “mall hair,” those towering bangs … Continue reading
Scouting encourages boys and girls to take on a positive role in their community and to build life skills. As a Girl Scout myself, I have fond memories of meetings, crafts and, of course, selling cookies! I am proud my daughter is … Continue reading
“There are two things in life for which we are never truly prepared: twins.” – Josh Billings, humorist The first few months of parenting twins comes with a mixture of joy, panic, exhaustion and bewilderment. My fraternal boy/girl twins are … Continue reading
Hugs! We hug to celebrate happy times and to get through tough times. We hug for hellos, for goodbyes, and for no reason at all. We cherish a loved one’s hugs, and we miss those hugs when they’re gone. Today … Continue reading
Camping was one of my favorite summer activities as a child. As soon as it was warm enough outside, we’d load up our car and drive to Yosemite. Our trips were full of simple pleasures – fishing in the stream, … Continue reading
Everybody has an embarrassing moment to share… and sometimes we share them in our Guest Book entries. This week we bring you 5 condolence messages about embarrassing moments.