We don't always know how Clarehouse impacts individuals and families through their grief journeys, though we believe the care they and their loved ones receive here makes a difference on that difficult road. Recently, we received an email that shares a beautiful story of one family's continued bond.
I just wanted to tell you thank you for letting me use the outdoor chapel Friday night. Clarehouse is such a special place in the heart of my family after the care you and your staff gave to my father. My girlfriend and I have been back several times to cook dinner for the families that are there, just trying to give back to
the people who gave us so much. We each have a child, me a son and her a daughter.
On Friday, July 17, I sent my amazing girlfriend on a scavenger hunt under the guise it was something the kids had wanted. She went from place to place seeing her friends who were waiting on her with her next clue. This eventually led her to the chapel, where our kids had helped me place rose petals on the floor and had lit candles waiting. I asked her to be my wife with the same ring my father gave to my mother.
Our journey begins where my father's journey ended and I can't think of a better way for things to have been. I have found that when I tell the story and show the pictures, there is an unforeseen thing happening. When I tell everyone the story, I get to tell them how great Clarehouse is and how they helped my family. Thank y
Curt and (soon to be) Kasandra Floyd
We are deeply honored to be a part of this family story!