Just a few weeks ago 7 of the 11 Pixies made it to Forever Live in Atlanta, GA. It made me look forward, with great anticipation, to the day all of us are in the same place, face to face. What fun that will be and the excitement and camaraderie will be unmatched. Seven of us were “live” and the other four worked hard to help us get prepared and “held down the fort” while we were away. The pixels2Pages team worked and played and enjoyed the entire process. I have had a Forever account for a while now and after this convention I am even more sure that I did the right thing. My pictures are safe. The Forever CEO, Glen Meakem, is genuine and inspiring and has a proven track record, so I’m willing to invest my finances, time and memories in this service. I love the convenience of having my phone automatically upload to my Forever account. I may not keep all the images it uploads, but it’s easier on my mind to have to delete images, rather than lose images. I can just picture myself dropping my phone and it being irreparable. Or a grandchild dropping it in water or any other countless possibilities that could occur. I love the fact I can share my albums and other projects with family and friends and the most important part, I can pass it down to my kids.
The long weekend gave me a chance to both re-connect with my partners and also allowed me the opportunity to work alongside the dynamic Forever team. I’ve been around corporate teams before and this one’s outstanding and fun to work with.
I think my favorite part of the event was meeting our “Peeps” in person. Everyone was kind and excited. Their excitement was contagious and made the event fantastic! I also made new friends and laughed so much my sides hurt!
I know you’ll enjoy the upcoming offerings that pixels2Pages will have on the site. We’re so excited to be using Artisan 5 and exploring the new fun features while we both preserve our family memories and help you preserve yours.
Canberra Rydges Blueprint by pixels2Pages, Crowning Affair Understated Kit – DesignerDigitals. Fonts: Copperplate Gothic Light and a song for jennifer.