Aunt SuzQ took a rest on Kaye's headstone. She knew she wouldn't mind.
Then they told us we could go while they finished up, but we thought we'd come this far, we'd just finish up ourselves. I'm always amazed at how differently people feel about such things. That's okay. I guess we aren't a timid bunch and we wanted to see it through. You know it is just the last thing you get to be a part of, and we weren't going to turn it over to a stranger.
For whatever reason, it comforted me to lay that boy back in his mother's arms. There was no where else Kaye would've wanted him to be.
It is strange how the world just goes on. Strange and hard.