Wiki has a nice article on it, and its a heck of a nice church to visit even if your a secularist like myself. The service itself was nice and what she would have wanted. The scary thing is I felt nothing at all, I don't know if this is a autism thing but, I do miss her, its just that I can't express it like that. Worse through the hymns and such it kept bringing it back home to me that there really is no god, and if he is real, won't be found in some building but outside in the wild places, by the sea and over the marshes.
After the service was over and we watched the coffin be transported away, we went to the pub for a buffet lunch. This was really nice and we grabbed a doggybag to take home.
I'll leave you with a few of the photos I took and a link to the songs used.
Ashokan Farewell Jay Ungar
J. S. Bach Excerpt from Advent chorale
Edward Elgar Nimrod from the Enigma Variations Originally Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Part
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