My daughter and I are going to the places that Z and I used to go on our anniversary, out of the twenty years that we were married we missed only three times due to finances or scheduling conflicts. I talked with my daughter after about taking her where mom and I went and she said she would like to see that. We are going to spend the weekend taking time to see the things and spread some ashes in each place. Having her ashes at the house has had some sense of her still being with us, a friend from the funeral home presented us with three small, very nice urns one for my son one for my daughter and one for me. we will put some ashes in each one and the rest after our trip will be spread at the cross at the church we attended. The church sits on the dunes at the beach where we live. I feel this is going to help with healing that is happening in our family. Thank you all for being here, the support and knowing that I am not alone in this.
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