.Terry and Robert<3 You guys will always live on in the hearts of those you have touched. I will never forget you and will always remember you<3

We remember them.for all the people and animals in my life that I have loved and lost. I will always remember.you are always in my heart. Love this quote sm.

"Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make, but about the stories you tell." ~Seth Godin #quote. And visuals are an integral part of storytelling!

"Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make, but about the stories you tell." ~Seth Godin And visuals are an integral part of storytelling! Made in Canva by Andy Jones

So don't worry about the now because it will get better

Hopefully when we are us there will be less stress and hopefully none from me, so that won't be such a worry. Oh and we'll be active, so you won't need to worry about the other either, plus I'll love you no matter what.

Memory is tricky. Sometimes we feel we remember things, others we are foggy and unsure. Truth is, we never remember what really happened. Our brains do not process every sensation. As memories fade, so does truth.  #memory #life #truth http://nathandriskell.com

Therapeutic Word of the Day: Memory

Memory is tricky. Sometimes we feel we remember things, others we are foggy and unsure. Truth is, we never remember what really happened. Our brains do not process every sensation. As memories fade, so does truth. #memory #life #truth http://nathandriskell.com

We Remember Robin Williams' Most Bangarang Bookish Roles. - BOOK RIOT

We Remember Robin Williams’ Most Bangarang Bookish Movie Roles

Friends #173 - "And by the way, it seems to be perfectly clear that you were on a break."

Friends Things We Remember! Omg in this episode Hugh Laurie was playing in friends and he got thing funny britisch accent!

were good times. they were better times. i love to think back and remember them.

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John Keating (Robin Williams) in "Dead Poets Society" (1989)

Dead Poets Society A movie scene on the power of reading/writing to reflect our lives back to us.

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