This entry is part 1 of 3 in the seriesCemetery CrowdsourcingBy Miryelle Resek Finding an excuse to stroll quietly through cemeteries, observing the final resting place of people once vibrant with life, and enjoying the silence of dew drops drying off of memorial stones just got easier.
In 2004, my wife and I were eagerly anticipating the birth of our third child, a baby girl, whom we had affectionately named Rachel. By all appearances, my wife’s pregnancy was going remarkably well. There were no reasons for us to be alarmed. Ultrasounds confirmed our baby was growing and developing properly. And my wife […]