I haven’t shared this part of the “reason why I am a memory keeper.” I think it is because I don’t ever want to draw attention to our situation. However, when Heidi asked the media team to tell her the reason why storytelling is important to us, I felt more now than ever that I needed to tell it…
As the customer service representative for Heidi Swapp, I read a lot of emails and comments from readers just like you. I hear you. Everyone is going through something. Life is not easy. There is heartbreak and tough days.
I document ANY good I find. Not only is it healthy for our family to see and read about the good, it will be good for my son (who has Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder) when he is older. I have no idea what his childhood memories will be about as an adult. I hope they will be positive. However, if they are not his albums will say otherwise.
They will show he is loved, even when he didn’t feel it. They will show how we went out of our way to bless him. How we played with him. How we made wonderful memories as a family. This is my reason why I do what I do.
If you are wanting to start printing those photos on your phone and telling your story, watch Heidi Swapp’s free Interactive Storyline Class filmed on Facebook Live right here. I hope it inspires you to document your own good!
Supplies: Heidi Swapp Storyline Collection