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The Charlie

$12.99

Description

Make someone's day brighter by sending them a personalized card of their loved one.  We recommend sharing a specific memory in your RememberGram and uploading one or more photos to make it even more meaningful.

The Charlie Template is a folded 5x7 card on high-quality paper, including up to 1 uploaded image.  Text is customizable on the front and inside of the card.  Use comment boxes to specify your message and communicate any special adjustments needed.  Photos can be uploaded at checkout.   Fast and Free shipping within the U.S.  All Remembergrams are mailed in a beautiful gift box.

Are you struggling with what to write in your RememberGram? One top recommendation is to write about something specific that you remember or miss about the person who has passed away.  Sharing a story or memory is particularly meaningful.

i.e. "I will always remember the one night that he...."  or "Every time I hear this specific song I think of him because one time we went to this concert together and..."

Another option is to write about a character trait that you remember most about that person.

i.e. "Edie's sense of humor was something I will never forget.  She could always make everyone laugh"

If you didn't know the person well and are just trying to provide caring and support, here are some other ideas.

"I hope you know that it is ok to not be okay."

"I know you still miss them every day, I just wanted you to know that I haven't forgotten them either."

"I know this day is difficult."

"I know some of the hardest days are after people have stopped checking in.  Let's get together for a walk soon; I would be happy to listen if you want to talk about it, or just quietly spend some time together."

RememberGrams

A place to honor those who have passed away by continuing to share their memories and stories, and to provide comfort and support to the families and loved ones who miss them.  Moving beyond traditional sympathy cards and societal norms to encourage more dialogue, acknowledgement, and acceptance of grief and loss. 
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