"Valentine’s Day is different, but it is still Valentine’s Day. Our loved ones are forever a part of us. They have changed us forever and their love lives on in us. This Valentine’s Day, allow space for the joy of their memories and the power of their love to share space with the pain of them not being with you.
Our business is helping family or friends tasked with making final arrangements and we’d love to get some more experience with those who are holding onto cremated remains. Please share any experiences on here, or private message us if you feel more comfortable. At this time, we are more interested in hearing from those having been through this already and not just intending to do this. Any experience we can pass onto the families we serve will be greatly appreciated!! ... See MoreSee Less
My brother passed unexpectedly last year he wanted to be cremated, I have his remains, most with mainly two siblings of 6 siblings are divided my brother had no money and through support of family and friends we had a nice service for him, yet still divide one bit of advice , Love for a love one should be equal loss of a loved one is unexplainable, love each other through its , never should be about money, its respect Love and honor and celebration of the memories of their lives ❤
For some reason I could never part with my daughter my family has instructions to have me cremated are ashes mixed and then buried Somewhere, a place of their choosing
We still have a few days to go, but Valentine's Day is quickly approaching. At its core, it is a day that celebrates love and appreciation of all kinds - which can make it hard to navigate after the loss of a loved one. Here is a list of thoughtful suggestions for embracing this day, along with other "appreciation holidays" throughout the year.