Art imitates life. Some stories are made out of the daily experiences and observations in the daily lives of those who tell them. Others are borne of wild imagination and bouts of creativity, still featuring familiar aspects of regular lives. In all, we read stories to find our shared humanity with others. We read to imagine what could be and to transverse worlds known and unknown. Reading provides us with an opportunity to witness the human experience and different sides of what we think we know. That is why for the month of July, in addition to our columns, MediVoice is brining you stories that our members have developed from some of the happiest moments they’ve experienced. We know that the times are strange and uncertain and we hope that these stories will leave you digging into your own happy memories to relive and relove.