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 April 2017
After the death of a family member, you want the entire extended family to pull together and offer support to one another. In some families, however, this isn't a given. Rifts and conflicts that can develop over the years can make this time even more challenging — in addition to mourning the death of your loved one, you may also find that you're stressed about seeing family members with whom you've had conflicts.
26 April 2017
When it comes to arranging the funeral for a loved one, selecting the burial clothes can be a difficult but important part of the process. If you are tasked with making the final arrangements for a relative, use this guide to help select the appropriate burial clothes for your loved one. Final Directives And Funeral Plans In some cases, your loved one may have made his or her wishes about burial clothing known.
22 April 2017
When loved ones pass away and are displayed in a funeral home, it is critical to deliver a great eulogy that honors their memory. One of the best ways to do this is to create a great obituary that can help direct the writing of a stirring eulogy. Understanding The Connection Between The Two When writing an obituary to give to a funeral home, it is important to understand how it will relate to the eulogy.
9 March 2015
Many people feel connected to the Earth and world that they are born into. Whether it's supporting future human life or mother nature, many people want to make an impact even after they have passed. Instead of a traditional burial or cremation, your body and living will can be used in a number of cremation alternatives to help the planet Earth. Whether you love the land or the sea, the following four options can be considered and set into motion well before your last living days on the planet.