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Marston's Menu Change October 2014

The guys at Marston’s managed to drop a doosey on me this week as they launched their new two for one menu with brand new specials.. 95 more words


Why Wait?

Recently, I attended a two-day workshop in New York. Participants came from all over the United States and Canada. The fellowship was rich and the information shared valuable. 398 more words

Civil War era tombstones found smashed in Cumberland County cemetery

MONROE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Police say vandals damaged several Civil War era tombstones at the Bethel Church Cemetery in Monroe Township, Cumberland County. The church’s pastor, Brian Warner, says he was mowing the lawn when he noticed half of the tombstones were knocked over and smashed.  74 more words


On passion

I love frequently to go to Père Lachaise cemetery. So very many interesting things to behold;  A tombstone near the Ravensbruck memorial: ”This man was always in a race with the clock; Now he is on time.” 331 more words

A Visit to Rome

Back in the late 90’s I decided to take a trip to Rome. At the time I was living in Kansas City. I took a little vacation time and drove up to Muscatine, Iowa to spend some time with my sister. 651 more words

Family History

Tombstone Symbols

Tombstones are a wonderful record of the beliefs and traditions of the culture at the time of burial, allowing us a glimpse into what was important to the deceased and their family. 461 more words

10 Famous Epitaphs for Headstone Inspiration

Choosing a headstone inscription can be an important part of the burial planning process. They sometimes act as one-line funeral home obituaries.

If you’re trying to choose the right phrase or line for your headstone, here are some famous epitaphs for inspiration: 305 more words

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