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What do you do with Family photos' when your parents or friends pass on?


I am making a scrap book with the photo's of my friend that we shared trips with but I know she had boxes full of photo's, I have no idea what her son will do with them. Also my parents have phot'o's of their lives. They made scrapbooks of all our idividual pictures as kids and gave those alblums to us but what a shame their fun pictures with their friends get lost in the process of what to do with things.

 

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 3 years ago

    You do have a big job Imogen French but as I sift through the pictures I find myself smiling at the blessings I had knowing my friends and sharing time with them. The collection of your father;s professional portfolio would be overwhelming to me.

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 3 years ago

    I agree thanks a lot for your honest input David R Bradley.

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 3 years ago

    I don't know if they are selfish or they are just too overwhelmed to look at the pictures after the family member is gone. The sadness is too much for them to look at pictures of their loved ones. Thanks a lot for answering Sweetie Pie.

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 3 years ago

    This is a great idea maggs224. Thank you for your answer!

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 3 years ago

    It has been six months since my friend passed over and now I am starting to remember the good times instead of the illness times. I understand what you mean peachpurple. Thank you for answering this question.