Originally posted on Morticianhaleysblog's Blog:
An informed Funeral Consumer: In today’s Funeral Market the consumer must do the necessary research to make an informed decision should the need arise. The standing statistic is that a Funeral will be needed every 7-11 years. Today a funeral is a major purchase, like the purchase of a…

Life is Short, Make Memories

Originally posted on debbielaneonpurpose:
My husband attended his cousins funeral this afternoon. Tonight he reflected on memories when he was very young of his family. He Laughed and cried. I felt his sorrow and joy as I listened. Most of all I felt the need to make more memories. They live longer than the lives that…

floral arrangement: funeral

Great ideas Judith!

Originally posted on Master Your Money Blog:
Explaining Why So Many People Do Not Save by Annamaria Lusardi There are vast differences in wealth holdings, even among households in similar age groups. In addition, a large percentage of U.S. households arrive close to retirement with little or no wealth. While many explanations can be found…

Originally posted on The Princess Speaks:
June 30/July 1: If you carry your childhood with you, you will never become older.-Abraham Sutzkever I think I was older as a kid than I am now. I was a serious, quiet child, always concerned with doing the right thing. Actually, I bet many adults feel younger now…

Originally posted on funeralaustralia:
With years of experience of treating the deceased and conducting funerals, one can achieve the position of a funeral director. There are lots of duties that a director of funeral takes upon his shoulders. The funeral and memorial services are done by the families and friends of the deceased. To provide…

Originally posted on Love Applied:
The unthinkable happened recently to a friend of mine.  His wonderful 32 year old daughter died of a stroke from a previously undiagnosed congenital disorder.  It reminded me of something my good friend Bert Fife wrote in her book, “The Free Bird Flies, Choosing Life After Loss” about what to…

The Dash

On a headstone there is a dash in between your birth and death. In a way this represents your entire life. When people reflect on your life and legacy, what will they say about your dash? Check out this video that talks more about it: http://www.thedashmovie.com/

Originally posted on online funeral home resource:
Dealing with death is a life experience that no one wants to face. Life can often seem like swimming in the ocean during high tide. Losing someone whom we love or care deeply about is very painful. You may experience all kinds of difficult emotions and it may…

Originally posted on Hiker Dude's Adventure Weblog:
I find that I seem to do more planning in the spring and summer.  How about you?  There are those vacations, mission trips, and family outings which require planning.  You have got to carve out time for these things in your calendar, or they just don’t happen. …