My-Tribute personal testament is a memorial that lives A new website: www.My-Tribute.net gives you a chance to share memories of yourself with those you love. It can incorporate photos, artwork, favorite poems or other mementos.
News-Antique.com - Sep 23,2008 - WORCESTER, Mass., September 23, 2008—All of us have a story to tell, of our unique journey through life. Those close to us, grandparents, parents, uncles and aunts who are older, have even longer tales – of a world that preceded ours. These stories should be captured and preserved, to enlighten those close to us, both today and for future generations.
A new website: www.My-Tribute.net gives you a chance to share memories of yourself with those you love. It can incorporate photos, artwork, favorite poems or other mementoes.
As the site’s creator, Vinny Dolan, points out, “Most online memorial websites that are dedicated to someone you love, are established after their death. With My-Tribute.net, you’re creating your own memorial yourself, so it will include the things that you think are most important or meaningful about your life.”
It’s also a memorial you can use to gather and display the tales and thoughts of relatives and friends. Especially for aging parents or grandparents, the process of documenting their experiences can be tremendously enriching and poignant. Collecting their testimony for a My-Tribute page may be a prime opportunity to discover details about someone’s life that might otherwise be lost forever.
In addition, getting loved ones involved in creating their own My-Tribute can be a terrific way to complete a family circle of memories. “The pages will be displayed as long as you want on a website easily accessed by relatives and friends… today and long into the future,” states Mr. Dolan. Its very affordable, as well—its one-time fee is less costly than never-ending subscription charges would be for other alternatives such as a personal website.
“Think about how would you like to be remembered,” he notes, “What are your major accomplishments? These are your memories, to last a lifetime …and beyond.”
To start sharing your own tribute, simply link onto: www.My-Tribute.net.