Charles Cowling
    This was played last week at the funeral of Andy Bowes of Barrow-in-Furness. He died aged 37 after an accident at work, leaving a wife and three children.  Andy’s sister said this about him: You wanted to go everywhere with me, which became a pain when I got older. I
Charles Cowling
  From the message board at GoneTooSoon:  Q. Could someone help I already remove the candles of the person I would like to block can I still block them if so how? Thank you A. hiya courtney to be able to block anyone the have to be in the list of
Charles Cowling
    “The absorbing fact about being mortally sick is that you spend a good deal of time preparing yourself to die with some modicum of stoicism (and provision for loved ones), while being simultaneously and highly interested in the business of survival.”   Christopher Hitchens      
Charles Cowling
  Somewhen, we talked here on the blog about how good it would be if living composers wrote music for funerals, especially for processions and committals. I even wrote to a composer with the suggestion, and he said he’d think about it. Can’t remember who he was, now. Don’t know
Charles Cowling
  The young wife of a man who has died of cancer goes to see him one last time at the funeral director. She is destroyed by grief and asks her celebrant to go with her for support. She spends quite some time with her husband. As she turns to