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“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya Angelou,

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Every September, memories flood my mind, and my mind rolls back to 2008 when my dad passed away. My mom followed ten years later, in 2018. I loved them deeply and have wonderful memories that are tucked away in multiple boxes and albums. One of my favorite memories was the family vacations we took to Rehoboth Beach when I was around 7; another family went with us. We had a ball playing in the waves, talking on walkie-talkies with my bestie, and eating cherry buns for breakfast and pizza for dinner… “Oh, the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer!”

I realized my life’s memories are stuffed in multiple places, and if I had to leave my home quickly because of a fire or flood, how could I rescue all of my precious photos? Just being real here, there is no way to save me, my family, and my memories in the case of a fire or flood. Talk about being devastated!

When my parents died, my sister and I inherited a photo collection spanning 57 years of life. AMAZING, right? Our life story in boxes! So, I began to reflect on preserving memories, a passion I have had for over 30 years. What I envisioned was a visual story utilizing photos that have become priceless over the years. I remember talking with a friend of a friend from Texas who survived the flood of 2017. She said, “I lost everything! But, in retrospect, losing my family picture albums was the most heart-wrenching! Those memories are stored in my brain, but I have nothing to share with my grands, nieces, and nephews.”

Her story was the breath of life for 

As I began to embrace my vision, I came across these recommendations: The National Bureau of Archives states that you should have three backup copies of your important information.  

In addition, did you know pictures should be stored on the second floor? Archival boxes are perfect for storage. 

The message is very clear we have to stop procrastinating! 

We are all way too busy, and we keep telling ourselves, “I’ll get to it later” until it’s too late!

Ok, let’s be honest. How many times have you told yourselves that? Have you acted? Why not let My Digital Memories update your VHS, DVD, Film and other media for you and give you peace of mind knowing your memories are safe?


Call My Digital Memories! I’m centrally located in West Virginia, zip code 25414. I’m nestled close to Winchester, VA., and Frederick, MD. 

I offer free pick-up and drop-off services for what I call “The White Glove Service.” If that is not convenient, we can make special arrangements.

We do offer nationwide service as well,  Please call for details.

Please don’t wait until it is too late. Act Now! Contact us today at

703-861-2793 or

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