The rush began that morning as I drove to the meet up location while getting dressed in the car. A black button down shirt, lace less dress shoes,a pair of khaki pants,suspenders, and a black tie that I didn’t know how to tie(without the help of google). Outside of the house we stood as the limousines parked and we climbed in. Our train of vehicles made their first stop at her church where the eulogy was given. Most of us were silent throughout the service but of course there were a few people who couldn’t help but express their feelings out loud… just to let that wall of emotional control fall for a moment. Within that coffin beside the stage was her body and we were there to see its final closing. Next stop was the cemetery where her husband had also been buried. Words were said and flowers were shared.