Christmas is a time when relationships become priority.
We send and receive Christmas cards, share meals with family and friends, and simply enjoy the love that comes with the season. Expressions of kindness and thoughtfulness are important. And for those closest to us - Christmas can be a time to be intimate. We take note of the desires of our children (young and old), search for thoughtful gifts, and connect with those whom we may not have had contact with in a while.
Christmas brings us together.
We relive memories, and make new ones throughout the season.
But what happens when we lose someone? How do we cope when this Christmas is the first, second, tenth, or twentieth with someone special missing?
A grieving friend or family member can leave us feeling helpless - lost. As Christmas approaches, you may wonder what the appropriate course of action might be; one that would express care and acknowledge their loss.
“Do I send flowers, a card, perhaps a memorial gift?”
We know that grief is something that God and time can heal. But it is so important to let those grieving know you are thinking of them - a thoughtful gesture may make such a difference not only in their holidays, but perhaps in their life!
Remembering and memorializing a loved one can be a great blessing for the grieving.
At Dulaya Memories–TheSympathy Store it is our mission to help you send that expression of support, hope, and comfort through beautiful and lasting memorials gifts.
Our newest gift, “This Christmas I Have You In My Heart” Music Box, is a gift for those who are missing a loved one. This beautiful, original poem speaks healing words that one just might need to experience, especially at Christmas. The familiar melody of “Amazing Grace” plays each time the music box is opened and can be so comforting, consoling, and strengthening.
At our core, most of us have a desire for ourselves and our loved ones to be remembered when we are gone - hoping that our lives somehow made a difference. A memorial gift for families and/or friends can express that sentiment.