Losing a loved one is perhaps one of the most difficult experiences that every one of us has to go through at some point in time. While it’s very saddening to think that we might not meet our dear ones ever again, it’s important that we honour their memory the proper way. Death is a… Read More How To Organise An Honourable Funeral For Your Deceased Dear One
It can be tough to witness the death of your loved one. But, what’s harder is deciding the process of bidding farewell to your loved one. Now that you have no idea how the traditional burial process works in a place like Los Angeles, you certainly need a helping hand. And, why not. You want… Read More Cremate your Loved One with Peace Following a Step-by-Step Guide
When deciding what to do with the ashes of your loved one, you don’t have to go to the extreme and have their remains tattooed on your arm, but there are plenty of unique scattering ashes ceremony ideas that you may love. Saying a final farewell to a loved one is a sad affair, but… Read More Tribute to a Loved One: Scattering Ashes Ceremony Ideas
When you lose someone you cared for, you remember their suffering and their pain. But, you forget that it’s you who is now suffering. You’re the one left trying to cope with losing them from the world, and this is never easy to do. You will be overcome with emotions and I am sure… Read More Loving And Remembering A Person Who Has Passed On
Yesterday was exactly three months ago to the day from when I watched my mother pass away from secondary breast cancer. To be honest, I haven’t dealt with it at all. I end up in tears whenever I think of Mum. I haven’t contacted her partner or Mum’s cousin (she was like Mum’s sister, as… Read More When does the hurt stop?
The week started off earnestly enough, a lot of work accomplished on the Monday and I was excited by my birthday being the next day. Lunch was from BreadTop.(if you have never been into one of their stores, then you are missing out! Carb overload!!).The boys bought me the gorgeous dog cake (right). How cute… Read More The sucky fortnight that was