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Life Journals


                Your Life Journals are what you wish them to be. They can be private for family, restricted for friends, public and even anonymous & all with live video and pictures.

                                It’s a place you can create for the future so your loved ones or those you invite can log in and get some special time with you when they need you.

                                                                                                                                                  You can

            Tell the story of your life; leave your daily “I love you’s”, your favourite jokes, bedtime stories for the young ones, share life stories, recall and share old memories, recipes etc.

                                                                             You can do this with family and make it as much fun as you like. It is only limited only by you.                                                                

                                                                                              Congratulations, you have taken the first step in creating your life legacy

Jan
19
2022

Moments of Blankness

I've trouble sleeping nowadays, and I have a hard time getting out of bed, too. I don't know if it comes with aging. There are days that I don't know what to do with my life. Even when I try to have a positive outlook, I don't feel like I have something to look forward to for the day. That's...

Posted by Manuel Lovell on Wed 19th Jan 2022 12:05pm

Jan
08
2022

Caution Seeping In

Cases are on the rise again, and it's making me anxious about meeting up with friends and other relatives. The holidays went fine, and I'm glad they did. However, the situation is once again taking a serious turn. We're fully vaccinated, but it's just frightening for me to be a cause of someone's sickness. We've had a lot of plans...

Posted by Chad Colen on Sat 8th Jan 2022 11:59am

Jan
03
2022

Keep Climbing

Through all of our issues, trials, tribulations and uphill climbs we face every day, at the core, we want to be positive. This is why, when a loved one passes, we remember the good times and their positive attributes.   We know what their shortcomings were, but it does no good to bring those up. Know that not speaking of them does not...

Posted by Robert S on Mon 3rd Jan 2022 3:14am

Dec
22
2021

Plans are up in the air

My wife and I are trying to decide how to handle our family Christmas family celebration this year.  Last year, we all stayed at home and tried to visit over zoom.  We made do, but it felt pretty rotten to be honest.  This year planned to have everyone over.  We've got the house all done up with lights and have...

Posted by Daniel Webb on Wed 22nd Dec 2021 12:45am

Dec
07
2021

Christmas Memories

Some of my favorite holiday memories involve searching for the must-have Christmas toy that season.  Dad and I still tell this story every year about how we went to store after store to try and find a Cabbage Patch doll for you, Marcy.  Those dolls exploded in popularity right before the holidays, so they were on just about every little...

Posted by Rhonda White on Tue 7th Dec 2021 2:47pm

Nov
25
2021

Staying in the Present Moment

I'm hosting the Thanksgiving gathering this year.  The turkey is resting.  The sides are ready.  The table is set.  My husband and son completed their tasks.  My brother is excited to see everyone and to participate.  And now I'm just kind of waiting for everyone to get here.  The day couldn't be more perfect, so why am I sitting here...

Posted by Ebony Clemmons on Thu 25th Nov 2021 1:27pm

Nov
13
2021

Regulating Food Intake

When I was young, my parents would always insist that I should eat more. I did that seeing that it made them proud. I realized as I grew older that this doesn't sit well with old age or even in general. It's usually a challenging fight with yourself when it comes to food. You have to have that discipline, and...

Posted by Mary Pedigo on Sat 13th Nov 2021 10:42pm

Nov
07
2021

Tip of the Iceberg

I get amazed by people who can handle themselves and the situation around them. When I was in high school, I had this friend that would appear so efficiently well at what he does. He didn't seem to have a lot of problems until I visited their home for an overnight. And wow, it is almost a mystery how he...

Posted by Arthur Souza on Sun 7th Nov 2021 3:03am

Oct
27
2021

Feeling Grateful Now and Then

It was a long life reaching this age. I recall having so many responsibilities in my teens. At that time, it seemed like a nuisance and a burden. It even felt like I didn't have a life of my own! However, because of that, I think I was able to handle unexpected tough times. I guess that's just how it...

Posted by Jaclyn Beck on Wed 27th Oct 2021 3:16am

Oct
16
2021

A Pumpkin Spice Whiskey Sourpuss

I'm sharing Grandad's recipe for a zesty fall drink that he affectionately called a Pumpkin Spice Whiskey Sourpuss.  He added the "sourpuss" part because of the way it makes your lips pucker up after the first sip.  It's definitely got some tang to it!  Get your cocktail shaker and pour in a couple of ounces of some full-flavored bourbon, such...

Posted by Desmond Harris on Sat 16th Oct 2021 5:57pm

Oct
13
2021

A Prayer

Father GOD, I thank you for blessing me with another day.  I try not to take anything for granted.  I had a good visit with Joy and David this week, and I just ask that you watch over them as they make the journey back home to Utah.  I also pray that you'll bless Jordan and look after him as...

Posted by Ty Moore on Wed 13th Oct 2021 9:40pm

Oct
06
2021

October Memories

Halloween is coming up.  It reminds me of all those years that Dad and I took Janie trick-or-treating. I remember well the time that Janie wanted to dress up as a nurse. Naturally, she needed some patients to look after, so she decided that Dad and I should wear some bandages and a hospital gown. Janie was none too happy...

Posted by Julia Hoffman on Wed 6th Oct 2021 4:31pm