Whether you are experiencing feelings of loneliness due to the death of a loved one, or are feeling the effects of pandemic-related loneliness, take comfort in knowing there is hope.
I love visiting our local cemeteries during spring and summer. The stones are brilliantly decorated, featuring fresh, brightly colored ribbons and flowers. They are always so vibrant and cheerful, full of hope and renewal.
I don’t know about you, but I love baking on a snowy day. There is nothing better than pulling hot, ooey, gooey cookies out…
Family heirloom pieces are so much fun! They hold a history and meaning that tell the story of who we are and where we have come from.
Even though I am young-ish and do not plan to die anytime soon, I do think it is important to minimize my mess. I certainly do not want to burden my husband, children or parents with this clean-up project.
What I love about the convertible headstone option is that it doesn’t force anyone to commit to either a single or a double. Rather, it allows them to keep their future options open while allowing them time to make such important decisions.
Have you ever seen this hair-raising cemetery symbol? Every time I see it, it gives me the creeps! A Hair-Raising Cemetery Symbol: The Winged…