Humans, not places,
~Ama Ata Aidoo
When a loved one passes away, you want to remember them in a meaningful way.
Do you have memories of them:
- teaching you how to swim?
- sticking up for you on your first day of school
- taking you on your first camping trip?
- teaching you how to drive?
- removing spiders from the bath tub
Memories start off fresh and the pain eases up as time goes on, but you still want to remember your loved one forever.
There are other personal ways you can remember them such as:
- keeping photographs in your wallet
- serving their favourite meal at supper
- making a playlist of their favourite songs
The secret to remembering your loved one is to carry their memories with you in a way that only you will know what the true meaning is.
You can have this with a simple reliquary or keepsake. Something that holds remains, momentos, fabric or something so special that connects you two together.
This can be a difficult process for you and I’d like to remove as much of that burden as possible with a free consultation to learn more about you and your loved one and to come up with some ideas that are tailored to your style.