Legacy Letters

Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them.

~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


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Dear Catherine

Tell us about your letter!: I love you so much. I love that you love animals and are so responsible. You take good care of Mabel and she loves you. Your so beautiful inside and out. You make good cookies and love junk food. Enjoy your travels in life and where they will take you, the world is yours do explore. I know you will do great things and be very happy. I loved high school and college it was the best. Your going to make great friends and meet nice people. You will see people who have less than you. I hope you appreciate what Dad and I have done for you. We try very hard, especially Dad. Will will try to help you as much as we can. I will work hard while you are away. You were such a cute baby you loved to sleep. I loved watching you sleep, so peaceful. I love that you and Julia are so close and will be friends forever. I will miss you very much. You have been my buddy. Check your surroundings for safety. Have the best time of your life. Have a great Birthday! Happy Birthday! I love you, MOM... [ Read More ]

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My Grandpa’s Hands…

Tell us about your letter!:
I was blest with a wonderful grandfather who was truly an inspiration to me and I was thinking that who he was can best be described by his hands…
When he was just a teen, Grandpa was in WWII. As a Veteran his hands were that of a survivor, his hands were protecting, his hands were American.
When he had his own business and used his jeweler hands, my grandfather was artistic, creative, and delicate;
When Grandpa was at home using his farmer hands, they were hard-working and strong;
When it was time for his golfer hands (and he loved those hands) they were gripping , focused, and determined;
As a family man, Grandpa’s hands were always loving, dedicated, and generous;
Once he became a grandfather his hands were supporting, comforting, and fun;
And when he used his DING DONG hands (my favorite) they were truly caring, silly, one of a kind, and always Young at Heart!
Lisa Tortorello
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My Hero, My Ding

Tell us about your letter!: I read about your book and it brought a smile to my face! I was one of the lucky ones who got to experience life with my grandpa until I was an adult. I always knew we were close and that I loved spending time with him, but when I dreamt of him telling me about his death the night before he had a stroke and died, I realized what a strong bond we shared.... [ Read More ]

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