Project Keepsake celebrates objects—quilts, rings, fishing lures, pocket knives, cake pans, etc.—that bind us to powerful memories. Keepsakes can be anything—anything—that keeps memories alive.
Over the weekend, Tennessee-based writer Cheryll Snow shared a very moving keepsake story with me that hits this point home. I enjoyed her story titled, "Locks of Love." Indeed, Cheryll's story has inspired me to write about a very unusual keepsake my mother had been keeping until recently. I'll share Mom's story ("The Frozen Peas") with you soon, but for now, enjoy "Locks of Love."
Thanks again, Cheryll, and good luck polishing your manuscript. I look forward to buying and reading your book in the future.
Cheryll Snow is a wife, mother, grandmother, author, and RN. She enjoys writing, reading, gardening, travel, and spoiling her grandson rotten.
I know you have a keepsake—or two, or three. Share your story with me and the world and help keep storytelling alive.
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