Nearly 5 years ago, my husband’s precious maternal grandmother passed away. This special woman had an amazing sense of humor and a flair for life. Without saying a word, she could make me laugh with just a look. Several years before her death, she visited a local funeral home in order to plan her funeral services. When she passed away, the family didn’t have to deal with the stress of organizing her farewell services. They could relax, grieve, and concentrate on the wonderful memories they shared with her. I've grown to appreciate this. On this blog, you will discover the steps required to plan your own funeral.
26 January 2018
When it comes to picking out a cremation urn to hold the remains of a recently deceased loved one, metal and porcelain urns aren't the only types of choose. You might not be aware of stuffed animal urns, which are essentially ordinary-looking stuffed animals with a container inside them to hold the remains. This type of urn can work in many different situations, but it may especially be desirable if you've lost a child.
15 November 2017
Have you been giving thought to what will happen once you pass on? Are you wanting to make your final arrangements as easy as possible for everyone? Making arrangements for your own funeral is clearly less pleasant than spending an afternoon at the park or doing some other entertaining activity, but it's obviously something that you know should be done. In order to make sure that everything is taken care of in the manner that you want, there are some things that you need to at least consider doing right now.
30 October 2017
When people are mourning the loss of a loved one, they may not always be thinking clearly. It can be one of the most painful things they ever experienced, and they may need help with the cremation service. However, it's not always easy for bereaved people to ask for help. Follow these tips to help mourners plan and hold the cremation service they want for the lost loved one. Tip: Find Out the Rules and Laws of Areas Where They Want to Hold the Service
8 October 2017
Planning a funeral is probably something you don't have to do very often. The first time is usually when a close loved one dies and you are overwhelmed with grief and sorrow. Funeral planning can be stressful and difficult during such a time. Planning a funeral in advance alleviates some of the pressure, but if your loved one didn't make arrangements, the decisions may be yours alone to make. Here are some tips that may help:
26 September 2017
If your loved one has opted for cremation and you and the surviving family members find yourselves evaluating what to do with the cremated remains, scattering them in a special area is often a popular choice. Thinking of a place with significance to your loved one — sometimes, those who preplan their funerals will even specify this location in advance — might be atop your list of priorities, but it's also worthwhile to consider another location.