Because we cannot alter the inevitable, we adjust to it. And we do that not a year at a time, but a day at a time. Instead of eating our heart out because a few aches and pains have attached themselves to our bodies, we determine to celebrate life rather than endure it. Aging isn't a choice. But our response to it is. In so many ways we ourselves determine how we shall grow old. (Charles R. Swindoll, Wisdom For The Way, p. 44)
There's an article today in The Washington Post about how yearbooks are no longer being published as much as they were in the past. Where will people look for school day memories in the future?