I take time to write to you to express from the bottom of my heart, all my admiration for the engraving with the chisel that you realized for my husband. He is so alive and bright.
I admit that my choice for the tombstone is directly related to the works you have done in the cemeteries of my region. I trusted you and I have no regrets except that I could not meet you in person.
Mr. Provost had asked me to give back to your talent and I must admit he was right. Whenever I look at the bird in my hand, I will send you a blessing (wish someone beautiful and kind to someone) very special.