Yesterday, my guest post at the Family Legacy Center went live on their website. I’m re-posting the piece here, for those of you who don’t do Facebook – and to encourage interaction from my readers about what legacy means to you. I was overwhelmed by all the positive support on Facebook yesterday! Thank you. I assume most people were reluctant to comment on the Family Legacy Center’s website – I hope you all feel comfortable to comment below. I know the FLC would value your input.
Legacy Guest Post
You meet people in the strangest places. Not in my wildest dreams (and I dream wild, believe me) would I have imagined that giving a eulogy would lead to a writing gig. But, here I am! I was contacted by the founder of the Family Legacy Center, who heard me deliver a eulogy and started following my blog. After reading my posts for a while, she said that my blog could end up being a part of my legacy. This got me to wondering about what determines our legacy. My blog is all about my family and me, and will leave few questions about who I am, which might be good – or it might be bad. It’s all in the interpretation. My own experience has taught me that what you don’t know about a person can be just as important to legacy as what you do know. Continue reading Legacy Guest Post