A Journey Down Memory Lane with Photos!

September 8, 2011

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A Journey Down Memory Lane with Photos!

 

 

How do you preserve the memories of your family?  Shoe boxes?  Photo albums?  Scrapbooking?  Photo books?  Digital slide shows?  Family calendars?  Other ways?

It would be fun to hear from you in the comment section of this blog or on facebook!

See you there!

 

Pat Moon

 

 

  Pat is a grandmother who started as an Independent GNLD Distributor in 1985 because of family health concerns. After experiencing positive results for several family members, she chose to share the whole food nutritional supplements and natural vitamins with other people. Her confidence in GNLD'S Whole Food Nutritional Supplements and Natural Vitamins has continued to grow because they work. Her goal is to help others have the BEST REAL HEALTH possible and slow the aging process.  The products Pat uses and features are:

 

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1 Sue October 15, 2011 at 8:51 pm

Pat — loved your video.  You did a great job sharing a neat way to use pics.  I love making greeting cards with mine and showing others how to have the most unique birthday/anniversary and other memory cards to send to family and friends — all done from your computer (but sent through the real snail mail  POST OFFICE…Lots of fun and looking for others to share this new way of sending cards!  

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2 Pat Moon October 23, 2011 at 6:16 pm

Sue, I have seriously looked at your card program and have been considering adding it to my products to use and market.

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