Your Oldest Possession - what happens next?
What is the oldest thing you own? A piece of jewelry, furniture or other antique? After calling to mind the item, now recall how you acquired it. Hand-me-down, betrothed heirloom, purchase or gift? However way, you have it for a reason. Either sentimental or just because you find it beautiful or interesting. You are the caretaker and hold it’s memory, it’s meaning. Now, think of this item and it’s future. Does it have a future home when you are no longer able to be it’s beloved keeper? Is it something you would like kept in the family or in possession of a good friend that will love it and keep it safe? Chances are, if it means something significant to you, you will want to pass on that sentiment to someone dear to you.
How do we go about telling the story of this fantastic treasure of ours that should not be discarded or given away to a stranger?! Do we verbally tell the story? To whom and how many times so it is retained accurately? Write it on a piece of paper? Maybe, and hope it doesn’t get lost or thrown away. How about Heirloom Vault? Heirloom Vault online family memory keeper provides a very simple-to-use platform to keep the stories and history of your family heirlooms and other items you cherish. Your information is saved and in your own words. The story won’t fade or get skewed over the years. Visit Heirloom Vault today and let others know what’s important to you. Get started for free! app.heirloomvault.net/plan