Memories are an inseparable part of us. They make us who we are, but memories are fleeting, and even the most unforgettable moments of life fade over time.
Fortunately, you can create beautiful heirlooms to preserve your memories forever with photo albums, art prints, or legacy walls.
But the question might linger?
Why is it important to preserve your memories?
I lost my beloved grandmother when I was 17 years old. When she got sick, I sold my favorite Backstreet Boys poster to buy a roll of film for my mom's vintage camera. I wanted to photograph her and immortalize her, but she would not let me because she had lost too much weight. As a result, I have the saddest feeling of not having enough photos of her.
Please, don't make my mistake.
Preserve your memories.
TO REMEMBER THE PAST.
Photos are great memory prompts. You can relive the moment in the picture just by looking at it. When I miss my family the most, nothing makes me happier than going through my family albums.
TO REMEMBER YOUR LOST LOVED ONES.
We want to remember our loved ones after they are gone although they never leave completely because they live in our hearts and our souls.
If your grandparents, or senior parents, are alive take their photos, hug them tight, and celebrate them. Jump in the frame with them. Some day, those photos will be priceless because you will remember them as they were, full of life and love. Those moments might become the most valuable memories.
TO PRESERVE YOUR FAMILY HISTORY.
Old family photographs remind you of the importance of honoring your heritage and keeping your history alive for future generations.
TO CONNECT WITH FUTURE GENERATIONS
By preserving your memories, your children and grandchildren will know about their past and develop a stronger sense of personal identity. In a hundred years, future generations will know who you were and how you lived. How magic is that?
TO CREATE YOUR LEGACY.
Preserving memories is important for past and future generations. If you create your legacy, future generations will be able to look back on your life as you do with your ancestors.
We all have a box full of old images that tell the story of our family.
Imagine losing those valuable heirlooms to the passing of time: water, fire, damage, time, etc. But they can still be restored and preserved for generations to come when you use a photo restoration service.
I would also advise you to digitize movies to ensure those memories remain long after the film reels have deteriorated.
I am a firm believer of preserving the past for the future, and I have decided to start offering photo restoration and photo colorization services so we can preserve those memories you don't want to lose.
If you have valuable images of your family history, I would be honored to restore them.