So Dileas goes to her place of final rest. She was a fine, brave, boat and, although our time together was short, we went through moments of emotional intensity that few people have the luck to share.
Today the croquemorts came to take her away. Her road to the grave was long and hard but her final moments were very calm and dignified.
The hearse arrived outside my house at 2:00. I was very impressed with the undertakers who were both respectful and efficient.
Later this afternoon, the undertakers rang the office to inform us all that Dileas had been laid to rest with the utmost gentleness and respect. This is true. Okinawa.