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Two years of @Legacy

@Legacy is celebrating an exciting anniversary this week – two years of blogging! Over those years, Katie and I and our many guest bloggers have really enjoyed sharing tidbits about Legacy.com and memorialization with our readers. And we love seeing … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. Poetry may not seem like the most popular art form in our world today – it’s often eclipsed by movies, pop music, even the novel if you want to stick with the printed word. But … Continue reading

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Using poetry to express your condolences

I’ve written before about how hard it can be to sign a Guest Book. It’s an emotional, painful time – obviously for the family of the deceased, and no less for the person signing the Guest Book. And in the … Continue reading

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How to write a condolence letter

It’s hard to write condolence letters, whether it’s a handwritten note or a Guest Book entry. After all, you’re dealing with death and most of us want to avoid the topic. Death makes us feel vulnerable and sad, and in … Continue reading

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Signing a Guest Book when the right words won’t come

I’ve worked at Legacy.com for more than 10 years. A little while back, my supervisor and I figured out that over the course of those 10 years I’ve reviewed more than one million Guest Book entries. One million! I’ve seen … Continue reading

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