I love this concept! And considering the costs of a funeral urn, this price isn’t so bad! What I’d like to see are several seed choices rather than just pine. Pine trees are usually the first trees to be cut down. How about some flowering trees such as magnolia. I’d love to be a magnolia! Maybe charge a little extra to upgrade to a different seed choice. I’d be willing to pay a little more to get what I want to be beautiful flowering tree after death.
After my mother died, I spent about a year, at my father’s house, helping him with renovations. Day and night, we wore ourselves out painting, laying tile, pulling up carpets, scraping windows, and adding bathrooms, before we found ourselves completely exhausted and wanting nothing more than a good nights sleep.
We had several dishes, desserts and drinks at our last dinner party and we wanted our guest to know what was on the menu without them having to ask so I sat down and made these unique free-standing chalk boards to label everything and then some adorable little tags for the drink glasses and mugs.
If you haven’t checked out Bloglovin’, you should! It’s all the rave with my readers so I took some time to check into it for myself and what I found is a site that makes it’s easy for me to follow all of the blogs that I read in one spot.
This is a great question that I read yesterday, asked by Jim Staney.
How many of you would remind God of how much He loves your enemies? How many of you would be willing to actually ask God to remove the charges from them; to not punish them; to forgive them, for they know not what they do?
Years ago, I couldn’t have done it but today I can and it brings me peace, peace that was one adrift in my life. Peace that God has now anchored in my soul. What about you?