A basket brimming with fresh fruit and sweet treats for all to enjoy! A delicious selection of fresh fruit with apples, kiwi, mandarins and pears, lemon blueberry bites, orange cream covered almonds, chocolate covered sea salt cashews, caramels and a tulip shaped sugar cookie are packed to order in a wicker basket and tied with a colorful ribbon. Gift Size: 14" x 11" x 9"
An uplifting gift basket for anyone going through tough times and needing a little encouragement. This special gift basket is designed to help lift their spirits and provide a bit of inspiration and comfort for whatever situation they are facing. It includes delicious treats, teas, coffees and an encouraging gift book! A beautiful gift basket.
Be a blessing to someone - send a Christian gift basket to let them know they are important and that you are thinking of them.
Filled with delicious snacks and scripture filled journal, anyone will be thrilled when this beautiful arrives.
Classic elegance mixed with nautical flair combine in this large, attractive gift basket piled high with a boatload of gifts and delicious salty snacks, crackers, cheeses, nuts, coffees, and delicious sweets! It's quite the gift and the perfect choice for almost any occasion!
Everyone could use a little more peace in their life. This Christian gift basket is designed just for that purpose. Whether it's illness, loss of a loved one, or a need for encouragement and inspiration; no matter what they are going through this thoughtful Christian gift basket offers comfort and compassion.
Express your feelings with a thoughtful gift that lets them know you are with them and thinking of them as they go through whatever it is that has such a tight grip on them. Nobody likes to feel alone. Comforting gift basket features "How To Pray When You Need A Miracle and Ill Be Praying For You touching gift book written primarily for coping with difficult times.
Give your loved one the gift of delicious, heart-healthy foods with this beautifully packaged gift basket. Filled with granola bars, trail mix and a host of other tasty treats, this basket makes an ideal gift for anyone who is serious about fitness or who are following a low-fat diet. All the foods in this collection come arranged in a stained wicker basket that can be reused.
Lift their spirits with this beautiful recovery gift basket of scrumptious gourmet food, sweets, treats and gifts to brighten their day. Available in two convenient sizes. Select desired size at checkout.
Nothing feels better than a bear hug. Send this cute feel-good gift collection to let someone special know that you're thinking of them. A charming bear with your Thinking Of You message arrives with cranberry sesame cookies, Ghirardelli milk and dark chocolate, Ahmad English breakfast tea, caramel popcorn, Godiva milk chocolate truffles and more to convey your feelings to family and friends, clients and co-workers.
Gift Size: 12" x 6" x 15"
Send this welcoming gourmet gift basket. A wonderful gift to usher in new seasons, friendships, new homes, new neighbors, get well wishes or to send greetings to someone far away. Whatever the occasion this lovely gift will be well received. They will enjoy exploring flavor after flavor of mouth-watering goodness.
There's nothing like a personal spa experience. This is exactly what she needs to take the edge off a rough week. Make sure she has some alone time and let her relax and enjoy these relaxing pleasures.
This delicious gift is fun to give and so easy for your recipients to serve and enjoy.
Hearty chicken noodle artisan soup mix with old-fashioned homemade flavor and plenty of noodles will take the chill out of a cold day; spinach and cheese bruschetta, hot honey crunch mix, hummus, crackers, bacon and cheddar cheese spread, breadsticks and Himalayan salt are the perfect complements. A white oversized soup bowl, wooden spoon, and serving tray complete this carefree assortment that will be welcome in any home. Gift Size: 15" x 12" x 6"
Both a living remembrance and a colorful expression of your warm wishes, this sweet, bright flurry of fresh plants celebrates vivid memories and sends heartfelt sympathy to friends and loved ones. A handled basket holds live plants such as an African violet, yellow rose plant, azalea, hypoestes, and ivy. Fresh and lovely, the arrangement is an uplifting gift in times of sorrow.
SYMPATHY GIFTS to Comfort The Broken Hearted
Beautifully packaged, visually uplifting sympathy gifts touch the heart as no other gift can do. Let our stylish gift basket arrangements deliver your messages of condolence, thoughtfulness and respect.
How To Cope With A Funeral And The Days That Follow
When the death of a loved one occurs, regardless or whether it was expected or not, you will find yourself having to deal with a great number of people. Some you will know closely, others may be complete strangers, all claiming some kind of relationship to the deceased.
While grieving for your loved one, you may find yourself not wanting contact with anybody other than those to whom you are closest, and having to deal with so many people can be very difficult. ItĖs important to understand how to handle them.
Relatives and Close Friends
Those who were close to the deceased need to be contacted before the funeral. When you break the news, remember that they will also need the chance to express their grief and this must be respected, no matter how deeply distressed you are feeling yourself.
Sometimes it can be difficult, if not impossible, to trace certain family members. Do not feel guilty if you've not been able to contact them.
Some of those who you will need to contact, may be people who you do not know personally. If they come to the funeral and you have not been able to speak to them properly, it would be a good idea to write or telephone them later, to thank them for attending.
The Small Funeral
Perhaps you have decided on a small funeral, either through your own personal preference, or because the deceased made their own preference clear. Perhaps the financial side of the funeral will force you to this decision. Make this clear and stick to your decision.
Unless the funeral is very small, it will probably be impossible for you to speak to all of the people who attend. DonĖt even try. Most people will understand that you are not going to feel like making polite conversation. You will find that those with any degree of sensitivity, will simply approach you, kiss your cheek/shake your hand, and offer their condolences. They will not expect more than you are able to offer.
Most people organize some form of refreshment after the funeral. This can be a good way of accepting condolences from those you were unable to speak with during the actual service. By offering refreshments you are showing that you are willing to share your grief with those who are also suffering through their own loss.
Enlist the help of a friend or two. You may feel that you will be able to cope, but having support close by will be very helpful should you find that you are feeling too upset to appear.
The Following Days
Some people find themselves terribly alone in the days following the funeral, whereas others feel that they never have any time to themselves to grieve. Remember that others cannot read your mind anymore than you can read theirs, and they are simply doing what they believe to be right.
If they choose to stay away, they are probably doing so out of respect for your privacy. If they choose to spend as much time as possible with you, this will be because they fear for your ability to cope alone. Explain to them what your needs are. If you need people around you, phone some friends and ask them to visit. If you need to be alone, explain this politely and ask if you may phone them should you need their company. You will find that most people are very accommodating as long as they understand your needs.
The loss of a loved one is never easy and nobody will ever expect it to be. For some the funeral seems to pass as just a hazy memory, for which they feel guilt at not remembering the details of this last farewell. Remember that it is the memories you have of the person when alive that are important, and it is these which will remain clear to you in the future. During deep grief it can be very difficult to grasp details of what is happening around us, but this does not mean you didn't care. Quite the opposite in fact.
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Send sympathy baskets
packed with gourmet foods, fresh fruits, coffee, tea and caring gifts of encouragement and inspiration. At times of bereavement sympathy gifts are a wonderful way to show you care.