Monday, May 25, 2009

~~Between You and Me~~

Have you ever wondered how things were when your grandpa was young? Did he serve in a war? How did he ask your grandma to marry him? Did your grandma finish school? Did her mother make her wedding dress? Knowing things about the people in your family is great and having it in their own words is even better. Having just lost my mom I have found myself asking things about her and her family that nobody seems to know the answer to and now there is no way we will ever know. Like who are these people in these old photographs, that is a big one. These are my great great grandparents and their families and now there is no way to put names to faces. That is why the product from Between You and Me is so perfect!!

Between You & Me- a few things I have been meaning to ask you-- is a collection of journals that you have the important people in your life fill out to keep all the family memories alive.
Give these keepsake journals to the people you care about most. Each hardcover, spiral-bound book measures 6 ½ " x 7 ¼ " and contains 35 - 45 fun-to-ask and fun-to-answer questions. You get them back with handwritten responses you'll cherish forever. Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, Brother, Sister, Daughter, Son, Best Friend and Significant other are just some of the choices to buy and give to the special people in your life. There is a reunion one that would be excellent to pass around to all the aunts, uncles, cousins and everyone else to get all the family information!

The great folks at Sanddune Books have graciously offered all of my readers free shipping until May 30th, just use the code word "Perry" at check out. So go on over, look around, and pick out a great Father's Day gift that will be a lot better than another tie!!


Queen-Size funny bone said...

I have thesefor the grandparents. I think its great to pass on all the family info. I also have my autobiography in the works.

candice said...

I think these books are wonderful things parents and grandparents can feel out. It makes it worth it when they are gone and the kids can go back and read to remember them