THE STORY BEHIND MEMORIES FUNERAL BOOKLETS
For most people death is the last chapter and verse of their life. Unfortunately for me things panned out slightly back to front.
At the age of seven months I lost my mother which left me rather intrigued about the sort of woman she was.
Her loss encouraged me to pay keen attention to the way death was dealt with. One of the things i had noticed which really frustrated me, was the way people would pull out all the bells and whistles for a wedding and then send their loved ones off with cheap black and white photocopied paper, with very little thought.
This constant reoccurence of neglect towards the ones we say we love, drove me to become frustrated and concerned.
I asked myself was this the way my mother was sent off, and if so I am adamant to make a change.
(Mother of Jason, Charmaine and Ashley)