The inside of Mom's memorial was a verse displayed at the hospice house. It simply states: "Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings where our loved ones shine down upon us to let us know they are OK." Also, Perlie Duncan Walker wrote a poem entitled "Don't Cry For Me." I found it by searching Google for "Don't Cry For me." It has helped me a lot. I printed it off on nice stationery and have it framed in my home office. I read it every day.
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