It’s often said that the best thing you can do for someone who lost a loved one is to be there for them.
That’s especially true for the funeral.
Sometimes close family members are the only ones able to attend services because friends and others can’t go for fear of asking for time off.
Your grandmother’s jewelry will be yours someday.
You’ve known that since you were small, and were caught playing with them. Someday, you were told, you’d be the proud owner of a necklace, pins, rings and other pretties bequeathed.
But in the new memoir “They Left Us Everything” by Plum Johnson, some things are simply not treasured.