lolThat's good to hear. We just arranged for mum's ashes to be scattered on Rosebed 3 at the crem - no charge and it's what mum wanted
I'm not one for keeping ashes or even having graves to visit, etc. but I do understand that it's important for some people. I do think about my own funeral as I'm planning to do a plan in the near future. I have to say, the Viking thing of setting light to the body in a boat and sending it off to sea still appeals... I'm also drawn to the idea of something elaborate - a long procession with professional mourners and peacocks - definitely peacocks. I could plan it so it used up any money I might have left after my sojourn at the care home....
(Don't tell my kids - hehehe!)
I won't be far behind you, though as you know I have sorted my funeral plan already -couldn't bear the thought of someone else not getting things right
Just waiting for the interment date to come through and that is the final part of my sisters journey
I think the final resting place is always in our hearts and memory rather than anything physical