When a death occurs in the winter it is a perfectly natural question for a family to ask if it will affect the ground burial of their loved one. The answer depends on the location of the cemetery. Most cemeteries in the country today have the technology to dig a grave in all kinds of conditions. Those in the northern climates may experience difficulty in getting through the frozen ground. I work near the 40th Continue reading →
In my opinion, one of the most frequent complaints at a cemetery is that flowers or decoration have been moved from a loved one’s grave. Though it takes place more frequently in the warmer weather months, the complaint is registered even in winter. Nothing can be more upsetting than decorating a loved one’s grave one day, and on the next visit discover that something, if not everything is missing. Grief is hard enough to experience Continue reading →
I present this to you just for fun. The meaning of this short film is lost on me, but I enjoyed it anyway. Its title is 5m80 and the creator is Nicholas DeVeaux. There is more about it on Les Ateliers Orange, but you need to translate it. What did you think?
Two thirds of the time I meet with the wife to make the burial arrangements for her husband. They had either neglected to make arrangements in advance or they purposely avoided the issue. Now she is faced with making the arrangements without him and may be facing needless anxiety and guilt. Not to mention the cost. Planning arrangements in advance though not the most popular of activities is one of the most important. There are Continue reading →