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Funeral Attendance and Etiquette
Funeral Attendance and Etiquette

Should you send funeral flowers? Is it OK to wear blue instead of black? What should you say? These are all questions that may run through your mind when planning to attend a funeral. Times like these tend to cause people to walk on eggshells, and knowing the proper funeral etiquette can be helpful in alleviating some nerves. Being aware of what to expect and the role you will play can make funeral attendance less intimidating. If you plan to attend the services or send funeral flowers, you should be aware that there could be multiple services. For example, a visitation or... more »


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Bordered by the states of Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah, New Mexico has a land area of 121, 593 square miles making I the fifth largest states of America. New Mexico, which was named in reference to the country Mexico is also called the Land of Enchantment. "Crescit Eundo"- it grows as it goes is the motto New Mexico stands for.  

New Mexicans,  earn their living with the major industries on the state like silver, potash, copper and uranium mining, natural gas and tourism. Aside from the said industries, one out of four New Mexican directly works for the Federal Government.

In Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city, the world's largest hot air balloon festival is held every month of October. This is one of the state's yearly tourist attractions. Other festivals New Mexico is famous for are Chocolate Fantasia, Carrizozo Cowboy Days, River and Brews Blues Fest and the Red River Fine Arts and Wine Festival. White Sands National Monument, another one of the attractions hat Mexico can be proud of isn't a typical desert made of sand but of white gypsum crystals.

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