Flower arrangements have a way of helping detract from some of the sadness of a funeral. The brilliant colors and varieties available make it easy to find the perfect arrangement for any funeral service.
Creating a Beautiful Visual Presentation
Funeral flowewr arrangements can be designed to cooridinate well with the desired casket choice of your loved one. Having the casket draped with flowers, displaying a beautiful wreath, or any other flower arrangement can create a softer, gentler atmosphere. It’s an affordable way to add a special touch to the day.
Display Your Loved One’s Favorite Flowers
Floral arrangements and displays can be created using the favorite flowers of your loved one. Whether it’s roses or daisies, you can place these flowers on display as a way to honor their life. It can be a comforting detail for friends and family members.
Show Support to a Grieving Family
Whether you can attend the funeral or not, giving the gift of flowers for the event is a way to show you care. Each arrangement can include a personalized note for the family to treasure. All arrangements are professionally designed and put together using quality flowers that are long-lasting. The flowers can be placed graveside for the family and friends to enjoy over an extended length of time.
Add a Splash of Color
Another way to break through the somberness of the day is to help add to a colorful splash of flower arrangements to see. It can help soften the look and feel with the subtle use of color and visual texture.
Choose from a variety of funeral flowers Brookfield IL that families depend on to honor their loved one. The minimal cost of the arrangements gives you a way to make a direct statement of solidarity for the family of the departed.
It’s not my birthday, not even Mother’s Day but I’m posting these letters from my kids when they were so much younger. I think I have posted these letters nine years ago this month. Reading them again made be feel happy and sad. Happy because I felt loved by my children. Even if they were young they were able to express their thoughts in writing. I also feel sad because I no longer receive similar letters from them. But I know both of them still love me just the same.
The last letters were from hubby and another one from my daughter on her graduation day. I think I have posted both letters separately on this blog.
A little girl is carried to safety through flood waters in Manila.
People wait for rescue on the top of their submerged houses in Cainta of Rizal
People wait for rescue on a submerged bridge also in Cainta, Rizal
We have been sleeping in our living room since Saturday night and might still be the setup in a few more days until our roof is fixed. We were roused from sleep by the drizzle emanating from the small holes in our roof the morning typhoon Ondoy hit the National Capital Region and adjacent provinces. We are thankful that it’s only holes that we are dealing with here. We still have a roof over our head unlike thousands of our kababayan left homeless by Ondoy? Its heart breaking to see people (on TV) scamper to their safety. At the makeshift evacuation centers people are crying begging for Good Samaritan to donate food and clothing, the immediate concern of evacuees especially for their youngster.
We were eating dinner then and saw this man crying for food. Hubby and I pause for a while. He said if only we can donate something for them to eat like canned goods. But we can’t go out as we have no means of transportation to get to the site. Our motorcycle has yet to be registered so hubby would not be able to drive it to the national road. Maybe I can use my site to spread the words by urging people to donate for the flood victims. Word of advice: make sure that the foundation/organizations/individuals receiving donations in cash and in kind are legitimate ones. We would not want our hard earned money to put to waste or end up in the wrong hands.
When the actual calamity hits, you will be left only with your faith in God! No matter how strong you think you are, it will only be the mercy of God that will sustain you! (Source)