Putting a person’s body, or in our case, ashes into the ground is really the final good-bye. Today was our final good-bye to Lorraine, two years ago today. Her ashes are beside those of her husband, George. They are in the most beautiful and most well cared for cemetery I’ve ever been to! It’s a veteran’s cemetery, only for military personnel and their families.
Lorraine’s name had been put on now so I was glad to see it finished. The three words at the bottom are: LIVE LIFE LARGE! That describes Lorraine well!
Bill and Vel, my younger brother and sister-in-law. My daughter, Pam, son-in-law, Gene and my husband, Jerry. Cousins who attended: Rhonda, Chris, Pam, Sonja, Austin, Taylor and Mackenzie. A few of my parents friends came to pay their respects. Most of my parents friends are gone now. This is Beth, Gene and Harold, such good friends.
We stayed all night so in the morning we went back to the cemetery to see the grave with the stone placed. We arranged the flowers again.