Passing on Traditions

by Philip Griffith Holiday traditions build long lasting memories and connect us to loved ones far and near.  They also start at some point and sometimes for not-so-traditional reasons!  One of the traditions that I brought from my family is having Swedish Tea Ring,...

The Role of Photos and Stories in Healing

by Cathi Nelson No grief is more painful and tragic than the loss of a child.  Our nation and the world became one in sorrow this past Friday.  Loss, especially during the holidays, can be even more painful than other times of the year. In time, the families will want...

Perfect Picture Not Required

  Photo Cards are a wonderful way to share a glimpse of the season from inside your life. Sometimes the best parts of the process are the moments before the perfect…okay, who are we kidding?…before the chosen shot is taken. Is there a little mayhem...

Last Minute Holiday Cards

by Michelle Nahom Its mid December and you don’t have your holiday card done!  What to do?! You’re certainly not alone. You could send boxed cards but your family and friends have come to expect the photo card! Here’s some card ideas that will...

Holiday Photo Cards: Family Timelines

by Jean Nelson Isom Long before Facebook had a timeline, my family had one.  If I want to know what I was doing in 1991, I can go to the framed pictures in the hall and check, oh yes, downtown Fort Worth, we were living in the Metro-Plex.  What year was my youngest...