Make Memories Now

After my son died, I was thinking of some of the things we had wanted to do together but had never gotten around to. Like bike to Lake Michigan, get out the kayak and go to Washington D.C. I was also happy thinking of all the things we did get to do like camping, riding the go-cart, family trips, shooting off rockets, etc. We have an abundance of good family memories. And one-on-one memories. He was my tennis partner, film festival buddy and would go to the beach anytime even if no one else wanted to.


My silly kids on a winter hike

So as you look to the summer (or next season my southern hemisphere readers), what kinds of memories do you want to create?

Make these a priority.

Don’t wait.