Today's tombstones are usually poor on information
with only name and date. In the past, they were more telling
and more interesting. A rune stone as tombstone gives the
opportunity to say a little more, and mean a little more.
When the order was made,
"mother" who was mentioned on the rune stone was
still alive, she was there and said: Soon it
is my turn and then I will be buried next to
"father" so it is just as good you carve in
"mother" already now.
Inside the ornament, by the
dragon's thumb, I have carved my signature /