Walking Down The Aisle

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  I’m typically a Good Morning America loyalist but while working from home in March, I switched on The Today Show and came across a bubbly young woman named Kaitlin West and her fiancé, John. The couple was in the midst of preparing for their live Today Show wedding. I researched her story and felt an […]

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Celebrate or Mourn?

If you’ve lost someone you held near to your heart, you will inevitably be faced with the decision of how to mark the anniversary of their death. Do you celebrate their life or mourn their absence? It’s a deeply personal decision and one of those times when you truly need to follow your gut. I […]

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Grateful for Past, Present and Future

Last month, I had the good fortune to attend my high school reunion. It had been many years since I had seen my classmates. Truth be told, I felt so far-removed from my high school self that it’s almost as if those years were not my own. But, with the hope of seeing people I […]

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Walking Down The Aisle

  I’m typically a Good Morning America loyalist but while working from home in March, I switched on The Today Show and came across a bubbly young woman named Kaitlin West and her fiancé, John. The couple was in the midst of preparing for their live Today Show wedding. I researched her story and felt an […]

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Be The End

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. From our company’s inception, we made a commitment to support the cause in honor of our partner Elizabeth’s mother, who lost her fight against the disease. I connected with an old high school friend whose wife worked for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and immediately knew it was the […]

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Off to Kindergarten

Our daughter, Olivia, is heading to kindergarten this week. When we got married in 2010, a baby wasn’t on our radar as we had just both turned 40 years old, so when we found out we were having a baby less than a year later, we were shocked and overjoyed all at the same time. […]

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Moms

Moms have a way of making you feel special, in a way that no one else can. Think about it – when you’re sick, don’t you instantly yearn for your mom to be there to take care of you? When something really great happens, you want to share it with her right away. Even friends […]

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Who Do You Carry?

The single best part of our business is honoring our customers’ loved ones – receiving the photographs that ultimately find a home in one of our lockets. We treat those photos with reverence. And we are especially touched when our customers share their stories with us. While the company was originally inspired by the loss […]

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The Bunny Cake

Growing up in an Italian family, our Easter desserts tended to be not-so-kid friendly. There was a “wheat pie” that was mealy in texture and flat in flavor together with a traditional fennel (seriously, fennel?!?) cookie that was so rock-hard that my mother feared we would break our teeth on them (undue worry – we […]

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Legacies

This week, we celebrated the birthday of Michael Glass, the inspiration behind our company and the father of two of our partners. Like most fathers, Michael was loved by his children and they often recount stories about him. His humor and candid outlook on life were imparted on them and his words are often used […]

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Leap Year

February is a maligned month. By the time it hits, Winter has lost its appeal and Spring is still just a bit too far off in the distance. The one thing February has going for it? It’s short. We’re in and out in four weeks flat. Except that one special February that comes along every […]

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