I am sorry it has taken me so long to write to you. I am slowly trying to get some degree of normalcy in my life. I want to thank you for your wonderful contribution and guidance through my husband’s internment and Celebration of Life, and for the great permanent memento you sent me.
When he was sick, all my energies went into caring for him, and little preparation was made for the final outcome of that sickness. I had found your site online during that time, and filed it away, and I am very glad I did. You guided us with caring through his internment and the touches of earth from home and the flower petals added such poignancy to the moment. When I think of his laying to rest, I feel a sense of peace that it happened the way it did, and I know that I owe much to you. You also led us in a brighter moment, in the celebration of his life. I am left with a feeling that my husband was celebrated by those who cared. Many thanks again Michele.”