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Here are some useful tips to help get your ideas flowing:
HUSBAND/WIFE: Talk about how you met. Talk about the proposal. Talk about the little quirks that only you knew about, but loved. Talk directly to your loved one. Talk about their professions. Talk about what made them great, or what you will miss most about them. Tell old college stories, or crazy adventures you had together.
CHILDREN: What have they taught you? Talk about their birth, and how that made you feel. Talk about what kind of child they were, or their first interests. What were their passions? Talk about their jobs, and contributions. What bothered you about them-remember it is ok to make light of things. Talk about their adult lives. Do they have a family, or children of their own? Discuss what they meant to your son or daughter.
BROTHER/SISTER: Did you always get along? Talk about your arguments as kids. Talk about how you always admired them, and looked up to them. Tell stories from childhood, and adulthood. What qualities made them great? Talk about their professions. What will you miss most about your brother or sister
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