|It looks like you have the basic kernel of a story here, that could, with some work, turn out pretty decent. But you have some serious issues that need to be addressed to even make the piece readable. The first, you need to utilize paragraphs more. You've got a 2,000+ short story here, all told in one large block of text. It's hard on the eyes and I found it difficult to stay focused on what I was reading.
You also need to pay close attention to spelling and grammatical errors. In the item's description, you said that a family is "terrorfied." That is not a word. You could use "terrified," or "terrorized," depending on what you are hoping to convey. You also say "I myself IS ready." It should be AM instead of IS. And it's not 'crimenly,' but rather, 'criminally.' You also misspelled 'cemetery,' at least twice, but different ways each time.
I actually liked the tone you were striving for in describing the cemetery, the stone path, broken sign, all hallmarks of horror fiction, so maybe you should really concentrate your focus on honing your ability to craft truly atmospheric tales, trying to establish a dark mood. So much of what you wrote was more 'tell,' rather than 'show.' We are told about the personalities of her children, what they are like, who their friends are. There wasn't a lot of action going on. I also detected several instances where you switched from past tense to present tense.
Try focusing on some of the basics, grammar, spelling and such, try to bring to the forefront your strengths, like mood, and keep writing!