My Bird Man
(panama city fl)
I come to this site every day, this is so helpful with my grieving. Today I read about cremation ideas, so touching, I have yet to open Allen's box, in a box, in a baggy. I didn't know what to expect and I really still don't know, but what I do know is that part of his ashes will forever be in me. Strange you may think, I have tattoos, my latest one is by putting his date of his journey to heaven by his character of sylvester the cat and underneath it his favorite saying "it is what it is" with just the 1st letter of each word with an ivy attaching the letters, my soul sister Delena and niece we all have the same thing in one place or another. I told the artist that I would like his portrait on my shoulder so that he will always have my back, be looking over my shoulder, and he suggested mixing some of his ashes in with the ink..so yes he will always be in me..how poetic...and when I go my ashes will be mixed with Allen as well as our beloved black lab Hound Dog..because you see we are family and will always be together. Thank you for this site, you are truly helpful.