Thursday, July 26, 2012
The behavior that surrounds funeral and death is fascinating, let's just all admit it. We are drawn into the mourning of a funeral of complete strangers, as we watch with curiosity the grieving, the dress and the pomp and circumstance. This week, in a Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal Rewind, we revisit the article entitled Widow's Weeds, where we'll learn about the tradition of the spouse left behind. Hop on over!
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Whether you're in a memorial park or a historic cemetery, the graves of children always seem to make a rabbit stop and take pause. We often find ourselves wondering about the little girl or boy as well the family left behind, and we are always sad about a life cut tragically short. This week in the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal, we re-visit a 2010 article written by Stephanie Lincecum about the meanings behind children's monuments. Step softly, a dream lies buried here.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
This week's Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal article is written by our go-to Rabbit, Randy Seaver, who answers all of our graveyard related questions! Feel free to leave a comment here or contact the editor directly with your question to keep our columnist hopping!
Thursday, July 5, 2012
This Rabbit Wrangler hopes that American Graveyard Rabbits indulged in hotdogs, hamburgers and fireworks to celebrate our birthday yesterday. Some of us watched the fireworks from our local cemeteries! But back to serious work. While we all enjoy cemeteries, it's so important to remember the intentional planning of these historic sites. Hop on over to the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal and read LisaMary Wichowski's review of Graceland Cemetery: A Design History and learn something new today!