I got a letter from the funeral home that our (Bryan's)family has used for many years. They had a special ceremony remembering all of the loved ones which passed over this year. They had beautiful glass angels made for each person's spouse. The angel is holding a gold banner with the persons name and birth/death date.
My youngest daughter and I went and got Bryan's angel. While we were there we noticed that no one was there to represent our (Bryan's) grandmother so we got her angel and carried it to my mother-in-law. Bryan's grandmother passed away in Jan. of this year, Bryan had the honor of being a pall bearer. Who knew that only 6 months later he would be gone to join her and grandpa in heaven.
My mother-in-law thanked me for getting it and bringing it to her. I was proud of myself and my daughter, we only broke down twice during the ceremony. We did cut it short though, we got his angel and left, no visiting for us.
I would like to thank them (JE Keever Mortuary) for all they have done. They have gone beyond their duties. They had an obituary laminated and sent it in the mail. I have slept with it every night since I received it and will continue to do so until it gets tattered, and then I will put it away for safe keeping. I also give his laminated picture a kiss every morning and every night before going to bed, and any time in between when I just need a hug and kiss from him. It has helped me so much to have this.
Then they gave us our Christmas guardian angels, I will start a tradition and put it on our fireplace mantel during the holiday season. Let us survive this holiday season one day, one hour, one breath