The mausoleum hasn’t added the inscription yet, but there’s a white square of stone which will soon say, “Eriberto Lozada” and “Divinia Lozada” (in that order).
And today, we put ashes behind that white square. Lolo and Lola, in that order.
But I’m skipping ahead – we had an “inurnment” ceremony in a separate mausoleum chapel first. I walked around looking for answers, but I felt only detachment from every perspective.
I took advantage of that and detached my perspective from my body. Here is how I imagined us from above – how Lolo and Lola were watching?
(Side note – thank you to the deacon who spoke to us today. You gave me something precious which I’ve been seeking for so long and which I’ve needed so desperately – a title for my current mural painting. Release date SOON.)