Are you like many families who love their dogs so much that the pet is considered as a part of the actual family? If so, you and the rest of your family must be very sad at the loss of your beloved dog. You may consider using this sad experience to teach your children about death as you plan your dog's funeral. From writing love notes to selecting a gravestone for your dog, here are some ideas that might help you to find closure.
- You've probably been dreaming about your wedding day since you were a child. Now that your dreams are becoming a reality, you've likely spent many months planning the perfect day. You've spent a lot of time finding the perfect wedding attire, selecting a venue, and choosing the best invitations. Maybe you haven't given much thought to who will perform your wedding ceremony. Perhaps you feel any minister can get the job done.
- Create a special area next to your loved one's final resting spot to spend time reflecting upon them and the memories that you shared together. The following tips will help you set up a sanctuary that can be enjoyed whenever you are missing the person who meant so much to you. Customized Headstone Hire a company that designs headstones and have a customized picture and inscription carved into your loved one's headstone.