Wednesday, April 8, 2009

A Good Way To Memorialize

It has been few years ago, my friend was in deep sorrow because she lost her first baby during the delivery. We all understand how hard it would be to accept that mishap, especially if it was the fault of the midwife. Nobody wants to end up that way after doing every best care possible in every step of the way while carrying the baby in the womb for nine months to ensure baby’s safety. I praised God seeing that the couple was able to rise above the storm. They believed that God has a purpose on everything and because of that faith they were able to accept it and had moved on.
My friend placed a big rock, bronze grave marker-installed on top of their baby’s tomb. She thought it was a good way to memorialize her baby, and aside of that, it made them easier to find the spot right away every time they visit the cemetery. It was such a good idea and a wonderful sight, too. The bronze is one of the most durable and timeless metal that it still look so good as new even after few years being out there and will last for hundreds of years.
Talking about grave marker, I agree that Bronze Markers And Plaques is a more simple, cost-saving way to order. They guaranteed foundry-direct pricing and “Old World” style craftsmanship of their products. Bronze Markers And Plaques is a 100-year-old foundry (established in 1909) They are one of the last in North America that's still family-owned. They cast bronze products by themselves. They do not order them from other websites. They have been very known of their excellent service and quality in cast bronze plaques and grave markers that used to remember loved ones and honor fallen heroes, recognize donors and sponsors, award individuals and organizations, dedicate buildings, parks, projects and flag poles, and commemorate life's other important achievements, milestones and events.


Raft3r said...

Have a Blessed Holy Week, Grace!
That all in things God may be glorified.

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Thank you Grace. Hubby and I have talked about how we need to decide what we want done and where to be burried. This reminded me that we need to discuss the subject further. That way the children will not be burdened with extra worries.

Denise said...

Thanks for this.

Sidney said...

I don't want anything when I am dead...just hope that some people will remember me in their hearts.

Stephen said...

Thanks for the blog on Our non-profit group needs a large commemorative bronze plaque and (ugh!) my wife needs to start shopping for a bronze grave marker for her aunt since nobody else in the family is showing interest in helping look for something that's affordable.