anonymous - 2007-04-05 08:29:16
good luck! hope it all turns out alright. <3 <3 <3 <3
Sarah - 2007-04-05 10:56:54
My Mom passed away in Dec '05 and I am only burrying her ashes this summer. Good luck with everything.
Argentum - 2007-04-05 12:11:35
Good luck, Bob.
danjeruskurves - 2007-04-05 12:51:17
May I respectfully suggest that you bury some and scatter some ... so that her body returns to the earth and her spirit will always be free. Right, I am not religious, but I have strong spirituality ...
cosmic - 2007-04-06 07:18:29
Be well.
Drew - 2007-04-06 09:41:37
Burrying her ashes? I've heard of that, but I always figured you more of a Keith Richards type of guy.

Remeber your mom in joy.
Dee - 2007-04-06 23:10:03
I jut found your diary again after an almost 3 year hiatus (mine). I know that you are a introspective person with a differnt slant on is funny that it this is this day that I look you up again after so many years. I still have my Mothers' ashes. She died August 31, 1999, and she requested to be interred in an already purchased crypt. She moved in with me in 1992 and, I took care of her in her later years, and couldn't wait for the day I no longer had to endure her rath, pitiful existence, and critisism. How I would love to hear it one more day (only one) - I miss her. I hope the divorce with her ashes bring you happiness, ease and relief.
MissPinkKate - 2007-04-08 00:34:14
That's nothing- my grandmother's ashes were in my aunt's closet for, oh, 20-25 years? Once my grandfather died, then he joined her in the closet for another few years until they were finally buried together at a military cemetary.
lorrie - 2007-04-10 11:54:02
Lily - 2007-04-10 22:39:01
I am so sorry for your lost. I lost both my parents and cremated them both. An ignorant SIL shook my mother's ashes in my face and laughed. But I hope to be next to them someday. Hang in there!

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