The day after I posted Legacy, I read this in an obituary:                                                                                  "Her mother, an art lover, was responsible for her love of bright colors and all things spicy.   Her father was a businessman whose trips to Europe, the Orient and Russia left her with an avid curiosity about the world."  

And then there was this quote that appeared, written by Carrie Hamelton, Carol Burnett's daughter:   "Our legacy is really the lives we touch, the inspiration we give, altering someone's plan - if even for a moment - and getting them to think, cry, laugh, argue.  More than anything, we are remembered for our smiles; the ones we share with our closest and dearest, and the ones we bestow on a total stranger, who needed it RIGHT THEN, and God put you there to deliver."

There was a quote from a long time ago,  "What you think about, expands."  

And so it has been with Legacy.  I love it and continue to reflect on it.