Commemorate fathers before, on, and after Father’s Day with these memorial gifts. Commemorate all of the fathers that hold a special place in your heart. Browse these distinctive memorial pieces and touching DIY projects to find one that speaks … Read More
Posts by Nancy Zieah
When Nancy isn't researching and visiting cemeteries, you can find her guarding her flower garden from the wrath of her twin boys. Amidst the terrible twos (times two), she planted a garden in memory of her late grand parents and continues looking for modern ways to commemorate her loved ones without losing the traditional touch she doesn't want to see forgotten. For these reasons, she continues to provide an innovative perspective to commemorating and memorializing our loved ones.
We all know that someday, we will no longer grace the world with our presence. That thought drives us into wanting to know what’s in store for us. Lucky for you, there are a lot of theories related to the … Read More
Would you go to a cemetery to clip roses? Well, there are many people who do just that. They are in search of antique roses. These roses have been in existence prior to the 1900s, bloom in late spring or … Read More
In a Sacramento urban redevelopment plan, St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery is proposing a plan to convert a part of the cemetery into a 9-acre vineyard. The cemetery intends on utilizing land that was meant for future burials to grow Merlot, … Read More
In the United States, we send, bring, and deliver flowers in celebration of just about every occasion. Valentine’s Day, roses. Christmas, poinsettias. Thanksgiving, orchids and daisies. Veterans and Memorial Day, floral wreaths. Easter, carnations. St. Patrick’s Day, Hanukkah, Easter, St. … Read More