Posted January 04, 2019 05:29:37A few days ago, I got the email that I was invited to attend the funeral of a friend in my native Quebec.
The funeral was a big one.
My friend, a writer who worked on a book about the Quebecois, had passed away from cancer just a few months ago.
The family had moved to Canada from France and wanted to pay his funeral at the same place that they had their own burial, but he wanted to go to the cemetery instead.
The cemetery is in an old cemetery in Montreal.
It is very beautiful and I am glad that the family did not have to take it.
I was delighted to go because I have heard that the cemetery is not very expensive.
It was a nice surprise to go and take in this place where my friend’s family had to bury their friend just a couple of weeks ago.
When the funeral was over, the family was there.
I saw a woman who I thought was a friend of my uncle who had a large gold chain around her neck and a necklace that said: “Hail Quebec!”
I was just overwhelmed by her generosity and generosity of spirit.
She came to my funeral and told me that her uncle had been an old friend of mine and that she wanted to share this great story with all of us.
I am so happy that my uncle is now going to be able to tell the story of the time he visited my grandfather’s grave at a cemetery near where I live, in the parish of St. Anne-Marie.
My uncle’s friend, his name was Jacques, was a doctor and a prominent figure in the Montreal community.
He worked in Montreal as a public health doctor.
In the 1930s and 40s, he pioneered some of the first public health programs in Montreal and had an enormous impact on the health of the city.
I know that he was also a very good friend of our great Quebecois poet, Michel Lecavalier, who died at the age of 82 on Sunday.
In the 1960s, Jacques Lecavals famous family moved to Quebec City, where he became an ambassador for a major French-speaking health-care company.
I had met him in Montreal when he was mayor of Montreal in the 1970s.
He was an amazing politician and had a fantastic career.
He became the mayor of the Montreal borough of St-Laurent when I was mayor.
He then became a member of the Quebec legislature for the first time in 1975 and he served as premier for the rest of his life.
Jacques Lecavais family moved back to Quebec in 1983 and he remained in that role until his death.
He had become a politician in Quebec, so I was very proud of him.
I went to his funeral, and I was overwhelmed by the generosity and love that I saw there.
The coffin I got from my uncle was beautiful.
He brought me a large golden chain around his neck, and it said: Jacques LECAVAIS , the mayor, former premier and former president of Quebec.
He also had a diamond ring that said HANS PORTER , my husband and the writer who had passed.
I loved this ring.
I wore it at my funeral.
I am so grateful to my uncle for it.
The fact that he had such a beautiful family, and they loved him so much, and that he made so many friends, I am very happy that he is able to share that story.
I also saw another diamond necklace that he gave me, and a bracelet.
I don’t wear jewelry myself, but I thought that it was wonderful that he took the time to give me something special and to send it to me.
When I got my necklace, it said HAN PORTHER , my friend, and the author who died.
It was the very last bracelet I received from my aunt.
I have had other bracelets, but none of them have that kind of love that he did for me.
I feel like it was my last bracelet that I received.
I did not think about the price, but after the funeral I had some trouble with the necklaces.
I went to the funeral home and there were a lot of people in there, and so I asked if I could have the necklace.
They said yes, and then I had to take a picture of it.
The necklace that I got was a little bit smaller than the one that I had.
It had a hole that it had to be drilled out.
It took a little while for it to fit into the hole.
Theres a hole in it, so they have to drill it out.
Theres a little hole in the middle of the necklace that has to be hammered out, and there was a lot more to it than I expected.
It made me feel very proud that they gave me the necklace