For Lost Loved Ones
They say a lot of things can happen in 10 seconds, just like in a game of basketball. This is the very reason why we are told to cherish each moment that we have with our loved ones, as we will never know when the last time will be.
Take for instance this year when the COVID-19 pandemic started spreading in January and started claiming lives in the following months.
As of this day, there have been over two million confirmed cases and more than one hundred and eighty thousand deaths around the world. Most of these deaths happening within the two weeks incubation period of the virus.
While the death tolls are slowing down – there is still so much sadness with the news of people passing from this pandemic. Many of the victims are not given traditional funerals and their relatives aren’t given a chance to see them for the last time.
Honoring The Deceased
If you know someone who may have lost loved ones during this dreadful pandemic, help them feel better by letting them know that you are there for them.
Another way to help them feel better is by helping them remember the good things about the people they have lost, as a reminder that their lives weren’t lived in vain.
Remember a loved one by hanging an ornament for them during the Christmas season.
We could choose something that would remind us of them so that when we get to hang it on the tree. Having fond memories with them as something we would always smile about.
These ornaments can be handcrafted by you if you have the time and materials, or you can order them online, too, where you can choose a variety of designs.
If the person lost their loved one in a different battle, like through their service as a soldier, you can have an ornament for a soldier memorial which looks like a folded flag.
Or if they lost a loved one because of breast cancer, gifting them an angel with a pink ribbon may remind them of that special person.
If it’s a pet, you can have one with paw prints and have their name engraved on it, or maybe a small picture frame ornament.
It’s hard to imagine having a family member, a friend, or a neighbor succumb to a disease or be lost because of an accident. It’s even harder to imagine events or holidays without them.
Our diverse selection of personalized religious and memorial Christmas ornaments are great for honoring those who have passed. So what we do, is do our best to remember and cherish the memories they left us.
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