Dedicated to the preservation and education of cemeteries.
A Member of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits.
Death is like a black camel that lies down at every door. Sooner or later one must ride the camel~Arabic saying
I am 2 years old mixed breed. we aren't sure what breed I am we have thought on doing a DNA but Momma and Daddy don't care they love me as I am. They were told I was a pom-poo but I have a few other things mixed in too. Momma and just lost Sheba her poodle of 15 years and felt a part of her heart died. Then she found me on the internet. She and Daddy drove all the way to Battle Creek to get me. It was a sign because Daddy was born there too. Momma thinks Sheba sent me to her.
I love to travel with Momma and Daddy and are going in the motor home for the winter with Grandma (Mommys Mother) that will be fun she spoils me. We are also taking Sophie my sister who is a 13 year Pomeranian. she only weighs 4 pounds so she is tiny. But we have fun playing. I weigh about 20 lbs. so have to be careful.
I was taken away from my birth Momma to soon so I love to cuddle and be held. I also was neglected so I didn't get much loving my first 3 or 4 months. Momma and I make up for lost time and cuddle a lot but Daddy gets his cuddle time with me too.
Markers called head stones are placed at the west end of the burial but can be read from either direction. Most of the older cemeteries have burials East and West burials. Due to tightening spaces many city cemeteries have burials that are going in all directions. Sometimes there is a cement curb around the whole family burial plot. Or fencing would designate where their lot ended. Those who could afford it would have stones carved to designate what family owned the lot.