When I went to the Cole reunion on September 13, my brother, Gailen B. and my sister, Lois A., followed me after to my parents' grave site, where I was placing flowers. They pulled in and then left. When I returned to East Enterprise to visit some friends on November 6, we went to the cemetery, and the new flowers I had placed were gone - they did not blow away as the praying hands were stuck in the ground and the Peony had a saddle back, which I secured.
This happens because my brother and sister are totally jealous of me and have done other things to me. They never liked me as I was the younger and they still feel they have to destroy anything I try to do for our parents, even though deceased.
If I give you their addresses, can you send a letter to them, telling them not to remove flowers placed by others from grave sites?
These were not old and faded, but new. You know that new flowers are expensive. I feel this is like degrading a grave site.
Diane B. - parents are Park and Pearl B.