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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

Jun
30
2019

A Marriage Chapter

I want my husband to marry again. He says no. I never would have thought this in the early years of our relationship. Back then, I was even jealous of his ex-pen pal and girls who clearly were only friends with him. Funny how getting older and weaker helps the old envy melt away. He claims that if he happens to...

Posted by Jess Maddox on Sun 30th Jun 2019 11:48pm

Jun
20
2019

All that is untold and unknown

I saw the Chernobyl series. It's been haunting me. I felt like I was watching a five-hour funeral. So many old and young who had or have stories no one will know. So few got to have their experiences pressed into a book or screen. So many were lied to. It's probably because I'm not doing so well anymore, but I can't help thinking of...

Posted by Sydney Roy on Thu 20th Jun 2019 5:36pm

Jun
15
2019

A Christians Dilemma

One tough thing about having a terminal genetic disease as a Christian is this whole idea that it wouldn't have happened to me if I was just living right. If I was doing what GOD wanted me to do, then I'd be healthy. In other words, I'm not a true Christian as a true Christian would have GOD's...

Posted by Ebony Clemmons on Sat 15th Jun 2019 11:06am

Jun
07
2019

The Steadily Off/On Friend

I have a friend I've known since 3rd grade. Barbara was with me when I first chugged beer. I tagged along — the most unhippie person in the world in my golf shirts, even as a kid — with her and her older sisters to see the Grateful Dead, twice. Barb was patient with me when I tried being buddies with people I don't talk...

Posted by Jess Maddox on Fri 7th Jun 2019 11:59pm

May
30
2019

No Warrior Here

When you have cancer, some people will say
that you're brave to fight every day,
You're called a warrior, a hero, a mighty soldier - okay,
But I personally never felt that way. 
I'm not a tough warrior showing my bravery, 
I didn't enlist, the cancer is just inside me.
So, why do we use words of war, 
To describe...

Posted by Mia Vargas on Thu 30th May 2019 11:58am

May
15
2019

Scared of being forgotten

Ever since I found out I won't be able to cross everything off my bucket list in this lifetime, there's one question that keeps coming back to me. Will I be remembered? I know people will move on, and I want people to move on, I don't want people to dwell on what they've lost, but at the same time...

Posted by Jarvin Williams on Wed 15th May 2019 8:23am

May
08
2019

When it pours, it also rains

This morning, a friend shared what happened to her Bible study classmate. This classmate asked God, "Don't you care?!" She stepped out in the rain, looked at the falling drops, and sensed a voice answering, "All of these and more are how much I love you." I sensed a voice after my dad suddenly died. My siblings and relatives were running around setting...

Posted by Jess Maddox on Wed 8th May 2019 5:11pm

May
01
2019

Recording Memories

Technology has come a long way since I was young. I remember when my grandfather got cancer and was nearing the end of his life. He wanted to leave behind some of his historical memories so my grandmother hired a man to film him. Grandpa was uncomfortable talking about personal stuff in front of a stranger...

Posted by Luca Russo on Wed 1st May 2019 9:46am

Apr
16
2019

When life gives you lemons...

The journey through my illness has been everything but depressing. I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer 4 years ago. Stage 3 means that I have a 72% chance of surviving 5 years or more. Well, things have not been looking really good lately, but every day I make a conscious effort not to make myself a number. It’s...

Posted by Lindsey Pfeifer on Tue 16th Apr 2019 7:05am

Apr
06
2019

Dogs in Old Photos

When I see old videos or pictures I notice the dogs. Did they get a proper burial when it was their time? Were they good boys and girls? We dog-sat a cousin's German Shepherd mix when the kids were in elementary school. We rented a fenced-in bungalow then and let Lucky run around when he felt like it. One day, our oldest came inside and...

Posted by Jess Maddox on Sat 6th Apr 2019 2:53am

Mar
26
2019

Regrets and Kids

I don’t know if I’ll be around to see my adult sons get married or have kids. They might do neither. I might be the main or second-place reason for that. I get flashbacks to moments when I was typing behind a computer screen for sometimes hours, while they played with toys or watched videos — videos I allowed so...

Posted by Jess Maddox on Tue 26th Mar 2019 6:19pm

Mar
21
2019

Honestly...

I smile, I laugh, I throw jokes and play around. I try to spend my time with and for everyone even when my head is filled with questions of whether I will wake up tomorrow. I wonder if I can still do the things I haven't tomorrow. I don't know if I can still move my body when I wake...

Posted by Anonymous on Thu 21st Mar 2019 11:17am