Looks like a good day today. Sun's out and a bit warmer. Hope everything is going well for you.
I read a bit of the above. Do not worry about the price/quality of the casket and arrangement. She is being carried in the hearts of those who cared for her, not that box. The stuff will sort itself out in good time with your family. Just do your best to be like she would want you to be and all will work out for the best.
So to the superficial, what is your favorite restaurant in Lexington? One you and your wife only go to when you get in real trouble?
We always go to the olive garden because the food is good and soothing. Here is more about the funeral it was so cheap that the funeral home people only had a police escort thru the county the she lived in. The burial was in Lancaster where I live 3 counties away a 40 mile drive and they didn't even put those funeral flags on the cars. when we were going thru somerset people kept darting in front and in between the procession, and then a Mercedes SEL was behind the last car in the procession who figured out what was happening and blocked both lanes so we could go on. I got a look at the guy and I swear it was McBear, hey were you in somerset thursday. Well anyways as we went thru the other counties sometime at 70mph we got into lincoln county and without any police escorts the procession continued to go thru red light and at one large intersection we stopped and some backwoods unpaid embred constable tried to stop me and the last car in the line, so we rolled down our windows and told him can't you see we are in a funeral procession, you fucking moron. I think if my cousin would have spent a few more dollars the funeral would have been more dignified.
One more thing I've already talked about the casket, and at the burial site I saw a large plaque on the side of the casket that said 20 GA. STEEL the plaque looked like it belonged on a race car engine. Again thanks everyone.