Sympathy Cards – The Unfortunate Necessity

by Henry L. on January 31, 2013

I am one of the fortunate people who have a wonderful relationship with my mother that I cherish. We do many things together; shop, travel and I even joined a few of the many clubs that she belongs to. Now mom is a very spry 78 years old. She has more energy than I do and I have trouble keeping up with her. Becoming a member of her clubs and meeting her friends has been rewarding but sometimes sad. Now remember that I told you how old mom is. Well, many of her friends are the same age or much older than she. I have become quite friendly with many of these people. The unfortunate part of this scenario is that quite of few have passed away. I have told mom, jokingly of course, that she needs to get much younger friends! Thank goodness that I purchased boxed sympathy cards from the Gallery Collection for her and for myself.

It is such a good idea to have sympathy cards readily available. You never know when you will need one. When you are upset and sad you really don’t want to have to go to a store and buy one. The Gallery Collection cards are beautiful, have great quality and have the perfect sentiment inside.

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Meghan February 14, 2013 at 3:12 pm

I purchased one of these assortment boxes from the Gallery Collection and they do come in handy (unfortunately). The cards are really nice and tasteful. Easier than going to the store.

Lily March 5, 2013 at 1:14 pm

The last thing I want to do when someone passes is head to the drugstore and sort through rows of cards that leave something to be desired. You’re right; The Gallery Collection’s cards really are a lifesaver!

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