- 3 years ago
My grandmother died and no one was expecting it or saw it coming. We are from Little Cayman and she wanted to be buried in Grand Cayman as far as possible from Little Cayman cause she said Little Cayman was too bad. She had sisters and brothers. Since young she worked to take care of her brothers and sisters, when they grew up the love of money took over them and wanted to do her wrong. They didnt visit or call her for years. One of her siblings she felt the most love for and another sibling had just recently started visiting her. When she died we took her to be buried in Grand Cayman as her wish. She died late at night and they all found out about her passing away. Yet none of her siblings showed up and started making a drama that they werent directly advised and informed. We wasnt prohibited or denying no one from coming or not. I believe that even though they werent directly informed but if they knew this and found out this could have called and asked where and when was the funeral. If I didnt have the best relationship with my sister and she died, even though they didnt contact me directly, I would call and find out where and when is the funeral and attend it yet they let pride keep them from going and now want to make it seem like we didnt want them there and it was our responsability to call them directly. If you know and want to go, you do so. Am I right?