Going Back: Sharing Your Memories

Oct 19

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10/19/2016 11:25 AM  RssIcon

I like to go back. I like to remember. When I come back to today, I share what I remember. But, the best part is when people join in and make “remembering” a conversation. What do you remember? How can you connect your memories to your journey today?

I remember the peacock feathers. As a child, they were a source of total fascination for me. I loved to touch them and play with them. I am now drawn to them when I see them. A simple peacock feather can spark memories that bring me all the way back to being a toddler. It is amazing that something so basic can take me places I haven't been for 45 years.

Consider going back. When you return, we’d love to hear about your trip. What memories take you places you haven’t been for a long, long time? Share with us here at Journey on Canvas. We’d like to remember with you. You can be a part of the conversation.


Peacock Collage, 
Age 46


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