Saturday, October 31, 2015
There was an article in the L.A. TIMES today about artistic urns for ashes of our dead loved ones and they hd very nice ones for$300 to several thousand dollars. That reminded me of what i had done when looking to spread the ashes of my parents in the Pacific ocean. In the end, as i was consigning the urns to the sea, I finally decided on a handmade pottery jar, a cookie jar to begin with? Which I found in a local thrift shop for less than $25. There is a lot of handthrown pottery from the hippy era in the local thrift shops...it was perfect for the simple ceremony we had in a boat and i felt no guilt tossing it overboard. i wonder how man pots of various kinds will find their ways to the ocean at the mouth of the harbor? Rest In peace.
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