Good Day! We’re back and bring greetings from the garden! This blog is a commentary on the full cycle of Life, coming to you LIVE from one of red states in the Midwest. Dirtsister here, trying to establish communications to the outside world. Can you read me?
We’ve attempted to blog infrequently before on another network, so little in fact, I’ve carried those two postings over. We are purveyors of fine funeral goods and have other projects in development, this essay is dedicated to the urngarden.com site
Urngarden.com was stated to bring families alternatives to cremation urn choices. We’ll be talking to families who are dealing with difficult choices and their experiences as well as observations on how the funeral homes are being affected by cremation families. It’s not all death and destruction here, it’s also daily observations.
Don’t be afraid.
And don’t mock my writing style, I’ve left the world of editors and English majors, and live in a self imposed world of isolation. I write like I talk, and I’m developing a new language called “High Class Hillbilly”.
From the mailbox: one of our clients sent this picture of her urn display and I must say I love her style.
Christina says: “My Mom loved the Ocean. I put sand, seashells and a small plastic bottle of ocean water from Florida in the urn.”
Thanks for sharing, Christina.
A heart felt thank you to our client families who patiently endured our struggle during the ice storm that hit our community in Jan. 12, Ten or twelve days without power tested our resolve. Thanks also to the Asplundh service crew that descended on this area and helped to restore our power. Asplundh bills itself as a Vegetation Management Service, I say they are a world class outfit, and I was impressed by the professional handling of their titanium blades. To wake up to the sound of chainsaws at 3 AM (on a school night!) was one thing, but to see these guys hanging from a bucket truck, skillfully sawing and blazing the way in darkness was an awesome sight. Hats off to the City for contracting this service. Hope Florida has them on retainer for their latest disaster.
We’ll close with a tip for one more thing to do before you die: LIVE.