You can't really argue with "Dear Abby" can you?
This portrait book showcases a 1920s era bungalow as it has been lovingly renewed by its devoted owners.
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By way of more detail, we would describe this book as an album or journal that serves to focus on the connection between people and their homes. Whether the house itself is physically grand or modest, the people who have truly made it into their home usually enjoy sharing it and their experience of making it so.


Our book is designed to discover and tell that story in a polished and enduring presentation that will reflect your sense of home and preserve this moment for the future.


If you would like to see an example, please call for a free preview appointment – 863-838-7891. We’ll be happy to visit you, show you our model, and take some test shots with no cost or obligation.

DEAR ABBY: After Grandma passed away at the age of 101, the thought of dismantling her home and dispersing her belongings was heartbreaking because her house had remained unchanged for so many years. I knew we couldn't keep everything, but never seeing her house again was too much to bear.

I asked my cousin to take photos of every room, every hallway, every closet and every view inside and out, so I could make an album of "Grandma's House." Now I have an album of photographs that makes me feel like I'm standing in the middle of it again. My cousin even photographed the auction in which we sold the things none of the family wanted or couldn't fit in their homes. 

With all these reality TV programs that deal with hoarding and clutter, I wanted to share this idea as a healthy alternative to keeping "things" in place of memories. Looking at my photo album is even better than having the actual items, because everything is in the setting I remember. What I'm trying to convey is -- sometimes you really can't take it with you, and a picture is the next best thing. -- JULIE IN BRADENTON, FLA.


DEAR JULIE: Thank you for a valuable suggestion. I'm sure I'm not the only grandchild who wishes that she had thought of it when my grandparents' home was being dismantled. I'm sure that looking at your album brings back a multitude of happy memories.