Do you visit the graves of deceased relatives and friends? How often?

lucythetooth 2014/02/06 18:33:33
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  • imagine. ☮ 2014/03/31 06:46:51
    imagine. ☮
    Luckily I don't have many to visit. One grandpa I don't go to often, it's not in my hometown and I have problems getting there and back. But though, I could do it more often.
  • Osk 2014/02/22 05:27:10
    Only when j go to Mexico since that is where they are located
  • Peewee ~PWCM~ 2014/02/09 21:50:42
    Peewee ~PWCM~
    Several times a year. I plant flowers there.
  • Lorelei 2014/02/08 18:29:37
    No. I believe in an afterlife so for me they are not there. I can be close to them in my memories.
  • Phyxe 2014/02/07 02:39:06
    Not often, but regularly on special occasions I visit my mother's grave.
  • Boris Badinov 2014/02/07 02:05:20
    Boris Badinov
    I no longer live near any of them. On Memorial Day I am consistantly at the Arizona Veteran's Cemetery.. Arizona Veteran s Cemetery
  • Dickens 2014/02/07 01:13:31
    ....yeah, I do...they're in a VERY old New England cemetery and it's nice to pay homage to them. Because of the age of the cemetery there is some absolutely wonderful sculptures in this particular cemetery (from fortunes made in the days of whaling and the slave trade) and it's a photographers paradise...
  • Shawn 2014/02/07 01:02:46
  • Maureen C. 2014/02/06 23:17:02
    Maureen C.
    Yes, at least at Christms time, I have a family visit of my mom and dad, brothers, mother-in-law, grandparents,
  • naked_and_barefoot N.I.T. 2014/02/06 22:47:05 (edited)
    naked_and_barefoot N.I.T.
    No. As the Klingons say...it is an empty carcass. The katra , aka living spirit is gone. I visit them in my mind. That which lays in the ground is gone.
  • CAPTAIN COMMONWEALTH 2014/02/06 22:37:04 (edited)
    When we have funeral we remenace about the past. And stories about the good old days...
  • Somkey the Hores 2014/02/06 21:23:17
  • James 2014/02/06 21:19:30
    No because nearly all of them were cremated and the ashes scattered.
  • **Bessie** 2014/02/06 21:05:06
    Yes. Not often enough and much less in the winter! I need to go!
  • Melizmatic 2014/02/06 20:51:48
    I visit my Gram's grave whenever I go back to my hometown.

    It's been a while.
  • Bozo 2014/02/06 20:32:30
    No we sprinkled their ashes mixed together on a windy day, so they are all over the place.
  • froggie.picc 2014/02/06 20:29:45
    I live over 500 miles from where my grand parents are buried... but I do visit their graves when ever I am in the area...
  • Buttery Nubs 2014/02/06 20:07:14
    Buttery Nubs
    No, most people in my family have been cremated. My mother was, and we still haven't spread her ashes, so she resides in our home. I can visit her whenever. Or, I used to be able to, until my brother moved her. I have no idea where he put her..
  • Michael Calkins 2014/02/06 19:32:49
    Michael Calkins
    Almost never.
  • Steve Russel 2014/02/06 19:15:16
    Steve Russel
    No, I hate cemeteries. A waste of good real estate, if you ask me.
    When I die;
    Dig a hole, strip me naked, throw me in and cover me up ...or don't cover me up (coyotes got to eat too)
    The point?
    When life leaves this body, the body becomes compost nothing more. nothing to visit.
  • cj 2014/02/06 18:51:01
    no not really.. initially when they first cross over....... but after that, when I want their comfort or consultation, I call out to them and wait for their spirit to come to me.... and that typically happens in my sleep or during deep meditation..
  • **StarzAbove** 2014/02/06 18:39:11
    Yes, Memorial Day and Christmas
  • TasselLady 2014/02/06 18:35:53
    I do, but I haven't done so in a long time. Some of my relatives are in Canada, so I'm too far away to really visit. Although I would like to see the grave of my maternal grandfather. I never got to meet him, he died at age 32 in a plane crash when mom was 7. I try to visit my other grandparent's graves too, but not as often. My parents moved from the town my paternal grandparents are born in, so I don't get there as often anymore.

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