From the Latin vāde (“go!, walk!”), the second-person singular, present active imperative of vādō (“I go, I walk”) + mēcum (“with me”), literally meaning “go with me”.
Memories, untouchable but strong, shaped by us and shaping us, connect us to roots and help us build lifepaths. Certain objects may catch certain soul significations, but memories are always there, inside us, everywhere. Today, I’ll let memories to emerge into real. Memories from childhood, the passion and love, motherhood and the miracle of live, immaterial proofs of belonging, are now tangible and wearable belongings.