Two rusty metal chairs sit in front of mausoleum steps. By one chair, an urn with a green plant sits on top of a stone engraved “Mother.” Let this poster prompt you to connect with those you’ve lost, and with those you haven’t.
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While wandering around St. Louis No. 3 Cemetery in New Orleans, I came across this pair of rusty chairs sitting outside a mausoleum.
The chairs had clearly been there for a long time. They seemed to beckon visitors to sit and stay for awhile.
I imagined family members sitting there, sipping sweet tea while swapping stories about their dear departed. Laughing at funny things she said and did.
And maybe at their feet, kids or grandkids playing in the aisle between the mausoleums – living in the moment, because that’s what kids do.