- Memory stones and memory cards provide a great way to personalize a celebration of life.
Memory tables are popular at funerals and celebrations of life. Why not make the memory table more personalized by adding memorial stones and memorial cards? Funeral guests can take the time to stop by the table and contribute their own memories by writing on the stones and cards.
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Father’s Day is this Sunday. I sent my father the book “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand (she also wrote Seabisket). I heard it’s a great story and book that’s hard to put down. I feel so fortunate to have such a wonderful father who continues to guide and inspire me. I feel there is a special bond between some fathers and daughters and we are lucky to have that bond.
This week, I received an email from a man named Tony Harrison. Tony stated that his daughter, Vicky took her own life last year. He said he has had a terrible time since and he was inspired to write a song and produce a video as a tribute to her. Continue reading
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After the loss of a loved one, it helps to have objects around that help you remember the good times you had together. It can be very healing to light a candle or wear jewelry that reminds you of your loved one. In remembering the person, you pay tribute to the memories and special relationship you had together.
If you are attending a funeral, you may want something to express your sympathy to the family or to give to the other guests and family members. A small item given out to everyone allows them to take home something to look at and keep, to remember and honor the person who is gone. Continue reading