Summer love, family trips, lazy afternoons … everyone’s got their own sweet memories from the sunnier months. Listen to some of our favorite stories about whimsical summer days and reflections on seasons past.  

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Joyce’s Neighborhood

All the children in a quiet California neighborhood wanted to play at Mary Mills’ house where they would hang out with Mary and her mom, Joyce Carter Mills.

You Move Me

One summer evening, Jay McKnight was singing acapella with his friends and caught the ear of a girl named Andrea. The rest was history.

Two By Two

Hunny and Elliot met in the summer of 1946… and so did their identical twins. The two pairs of twins got married in a double wedding, and after sixty-one years of marriage, Hunny and Elliot sat down to share some memories.

Silvia’s Legacy

Ellaraino spent the summer with her great-grandma Silvia, who lived through the Civil War and had a lot to teach about the true meaning of freedom.

Marking the Distance

When Gweneviere Mann lost her short-term memory she was forced to navigate life in a new way. With the support of her boyfriend, Yasir, Gweneviere found she could tackle the challenges of her condition.

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