Monday, September 24, 2012

When You Lose Your Best Friend

It is sad when a relative or personal friend dies suddenly. My friend was terminal for seven years and he told me it was coming. I thought he was going to live forever because he was strong. He told me, I would call him one day and he would not answer the phone. I moved to Florida and called him nearly every day in Indiana to see how he was doing. Hospice was in his house, but they gave up on him because he was so strong. I thought he would defy the odds, but that day did happen. I called him and he did not answer the phone. I called every day for a week, but no answer. I didn't know what to do.

Finally, my friend's daughter called me with my friend's phone. Her father had passed and she wanted to let me know. She thanked me for being such a good friend to Mark and told me when his funeral would be. I told her that I promised Mark I would not go to his funeral. He wanted me to remember him at his best, not at his worst. I asked her if I could send flowers and she told me that it would be very nice. I wanted to get my friend the best flowers I could find. He was worth every penny because he was the best friend I ever had in this world. Part of me wanted to go to his funeral, but I made a promise to him and I did not want to go something that meant so much to him

When you lose a friend, you want to get the best for them. Money is not the object when you are remembering somebody close to you. You want the perfect flowers that will show the family how much you care. You also want to remember that special person in a special way. There are many places to buy flowers in Indiana. There are not as many who specialize in the perfect flowers for moments like these. I found a place that put together the best flowers around. I found them while searching funeral flowers indianapolis. The flowers were beautiful and I was able to remember my best friend my way. I have a lot of fond memories of my friend. I just wish he was still around, so I could pick up my phone and say hello one more time.

This is a sponsored post for Andrew’s Florist, however, all the points 
and views are my own.

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