Thanks Christina. :)
The funeral was yesteray. It was very emotional. I stayed strong until the ending. He served in the WWII so they had a military funeral. Well they gave a gun salute and played Taps and that just made everyone break down especially his children. Then two Marines folded the flag and gave it to his wife. She never shed a tear, she is awfully strong. I'd be in a corner crying day and night. Well as a final farewell they played Josh Groban's To Where You Are and set a dove free. That really got to me. It was so beautiful but very sad. They did something similar to that at my Nephew's funeral. I was unable to go to that. But I kept thinking of him and all the loved one's I have lost.
It was a privlidge to experience what I did yesterday even though it was such a sad occasion. I will never forget it. I know my uncle lived a full life in his 81 years.
LETS GO PENS!