Forget Me Not: Stories Our loved ones are never truly gone, they live on as we celebrate their lives with our thoughts, our dedications and our stories... I am so excited about the Forget Me Not Appeal, for me this is a great way of remembering my mom who passed away 4 years ago. My mom Ann wasn’t under BSMH or even knew anything about them, but my mom loved spring and flowers so this is a perfect tribute and one I can have and enjoy at home. - Karen ------------ Saying goodbye to my best friend was probably the hardest moment of my life, I also appreciated it was the best it could be, my Mum had a good death, handled with the upmost care and dignity. - Read all of Vicky's story by clicking here or on the image below ------------ To me Marian will always be that humble lady who without any need for recognition worked tirelessly to ensure that healthcare in Birmingham and for Brummies was striving to be better. - Read all of Hamish's story by clicking here or on the image below ------------ In the space of 24 hours I went from having a normal, healthy mum to not. This marked the beginning of the darkest time in my life. - Read all of Rich's story by clicking here or on the image below ------------ Althea sadly lost her husband, Geoff, in 2007 but this journey of grief inspired her to help other women who were coping with their own loss of a loved one. - Read all of Althea's story by clicking here or on the image below ------------ My dad was my strength; he was always filled with positivity and could light up any room he walked into. - Read all of Vivek's story by clicking here or on the image below ------------ My grandad Tom was a great man (I know everyone says that about their loved ones) but anyone who met Tom loved him. - Read all of Amy's tribute to her grandad Tom by clicking here or on the image below If you would like to share a memory, a dedication or a story with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Forget Me Not display will be installed at Brindleyplace on Monday 24th April and will remain until Monday 1st May 2017, so there is still time to join in, click here to add your forget-me-not.