Starting the day with a cup of coffee, reading an inspirational book, and focusing on family or friends is a positive way to gather the strength needed to face the challenges ahead. Once a person retires there is more time to spend reflecting on the things accomplished in life, and since the routine schedule changes there is time to finish all those projects on your “bucket list”. Questions surface about whether the relatives in your family really knew you as well as they thought. You wonder if children, spouses, and friends realized the importance they played in your life or knew all the things you learned from them. Writing your stories down is more than just a review of your experiences, but it is a picture of your emotional and spiritual soul. In searching through records, there comes a realization many facts are lost and details missing from family history. There are photos found in file folders without labels, dates, or names. You wonder why someone left this puzzle to be found unless these are special pieces in the mystery of someone’s life. So pour a cup of coffee, sit down with this book, think about things in your own journey on life’s path that you would like to pass on to others, and listen to your heart.