This is from Marilyn’s friend Kris via her friend Karen and thence her friend Paula to me. I confess I have been remiss in posting this. Each time I looked at the pictures the pain came back – so I filed the message away ‘for another day.’ That day has come, it’s time to say goodbye to my dear wife.
You never got to see Ireland or Scotland as we’d hoped, so I’m hoping your spririt got to see this lovely place. I’m missing you terribly just now hon – and so are your friends.
Here’s the photos and words from her friend Kris:
This is where I spread Marilyn’s ashes. Will you pass them along for me?
Overlooking Edinburgh was taken from the end of Loch Dunsapie where I spread her ashes. This looks over the city and on to the Firth of Forth. At the other end, the road circles around to Arthur’s Seat. Oh, this Loch is in the Queen’s Park, adjacent to Hollyrood Palace. It’s full of birds and Swans.
The Swan’s nest is again taken from the spot where I spread the ashes but looking across the Loch.