I then stood and looked straight at him and said, “What is hell like and can you show it to me”? The demon started to laugh so hard it scared me then he said with a smile, “hell is different for everyone; one man’s idea of hell may be another’s idea of fun”. I ask how can one know what hell would be for one’s self then? He replied “hell is what you fear the most happening to you every minute for eternity”. I then ask him, “what would hell be for me and can you show it to me”? The demon then looked coldly and said, “Boy you have no idea what you’re doing or asking. You are already claimed by the other side and they have a plan for you”!
When I asked Mike Olander what he remembers most about his granddaughter Korryn, he shared a story about a pile of dirt in his front yard. “Korryn loved to play on that silly pile of dirt in my yard. She had so much fun on it. Now that she is gone I have not been able to get rid of that pile because it reminds me of her. I miss her and my daughter every day. I miss talking to Fionna almost every morning on the phone and I miss seeing Korryn’s smile.” Mike Olander officiated Fionna’s funeral and though Fionna was cremated per her wishes, her ashes were put in Korryn’s inquire at this site so that the mother and daughter who loved each other so much in life, could be together in death.
A young man Bassanio is in love with a wealthy heiress, Portia. To pursue his dream of marrying Portia, Bassanio borrows money from a Jew moneylender Shylock. Bassanio’s friend Antonio, who is a merchant in Venice and is hated by Shylock, becomes a guarantor in the bond. The ‘merry bond’ signed between the two parties calls for a pound of Antonio’s flesh in return if Bassanio fails to pay back the loan.
Finally, well after midnight, the decision is made as to which pix will be included in the DVD for the slideshow to be shown at the viewings, one of which is the next night.
TODD: That’s what I hope for. Taking these cases one at a time. Never do it. Maybe if I just try to work on or improve the whole overall situation, it would be easier. Because we’re affecting so many more and by doing this show. We’re doing that to some degree. Because instead of reaching out to one person, maybe we reach out to several hundred. One little thing they might remember. One hesitation. One second thought, that maybe it will change their world in ways we might not ever know.
When our die-hard OU fan passed a few years ago, it would have brought us great joy to have the opportunity to have one of these caskets. As it was, we filled the casket with OU souvenirs. It brought smiles and giggles all around. We knew our family member would have approved. Although death is something most of us aren’t comfortable talking about, this new line of college sports products might help to ease the pain. It makes it just a little easier to remember the things that brought happiness to our loved ones. It looks like die-hard fans now have a way to continue college rivalry.