So Here’s the Thing: If you are reading this, you may not be famous by any standard but you are leaving a legacy for your family. What is your legacy? What will they remember? Give that some thought today, cause as the song says, sung by Randy Travis, Its not what you take when you leave this world behind you, its what you leave behind you when you go. Well done Tasha!
Wow! Do you know who was born on August 28, 1915, one hundred years ago? It’s a very special child, but who knew back then. Who would have known the impact she would have on so many with her wonderful old-fashioned, New England style living. Who knew that her pressing apples, dipping candles, weaving cloth, painting pictures, milking goats and filling her family’s lives with so many traditions would be loved by so many. And then, best of all, she shared all of these things in her wonderful pictures and her books for those with a kindred spirit to love. And love them we do. Especially, I love the Corgis because of her. Happy 100th birthday (August 28, 1915 – June 18, 2008) in heaven Tasha Tudor. You still inspire me to this day. Your legacy lives on.