68 thoughts on “Interment

    • Thanks, Jeff. Your comment had been thrown into spam jail by WP. I had to bail it out. I can’t figure out why WP does that with people who comment regularly.

  1. Gorgeous photos. Is your Father still here? Are they resting together? Do you have other family there?I did that in August in Younstown, NYBrutally beautiful reality.ย P.Sent from my Galaxy

  2. I remember reading your post the day she passed in August. Sheโ€™s in safer hands now. May she rest in peace. ๐Ÿ™ Condolences to you and your family. Burying the one who gave you life is incredibly painful and hard.

  3. Here’s to your beautiful mother Timothy and your beautiful post honoring her. The day looked gorgeous. My love and blessings to you!๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  4. I am so sorry, Timothy. I did not realise you lost her in August. I agree with Marina, the sky put on a show for her. Hugs to you, my friend.

  5. My heart goes out to you and your family, Tim. Your mother will get daffodils planted here. My order came in last week, and I am slowly getting them all in for various people and pets that have passed on. Sending love and our deepest sympathy your way. โค๏ธ

  6. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Had the chance to take my mother and visit my father at the Butler National Military Cemetery on the anniversary of his passing last month. It was warming to know how well they take care of those that have served (either directly or by providing the love and support to get them through) at those national cemeteries. . Cherish the blessed memories as you continue forward.

    • Thanks, Brian. They keep the one in Santa Fe very nice. I went to look up my grand father’s grave and the kiosk was down. They had a QR code to scan and a little app popped up, I put in my grandfather’s name and the app showed me were his grave was. Very convenient. He and my grandmother were not cremated.He was a WWI vet. I have letters he wrote his mom. They are fascinated because he was not very literate, and the army redacted his letters. He would start describing a battle, but the description of the battle was blacked out. So much for primary data.

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