When I read this post, I was reminded of how my late husband Bill planned his own funeral. When the time came, it was such a relief not to have to worry about details. To learn more, check out my new memoir. http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/memoir.htm
I don’t anticipate leaving this world anytime soon (that I know of!) but ever since Tom Sawyer faked his own death and then secretly came to his funeral and sobbed, I’ve been fascinated by this particular subject.
Now an online company called My Wonderful Life is encouraging us to take charge of all the details so the burden isn’t on our loved ones during their time of grief.
As a retired party planner, this seems right up my alley!
I’m a bit hesitant to bring up such a morbid subject to my very sensitive teenage children. Certainly they’ll become shocked and emotionally distraught, but I’ll quickly explain there’s nothing wrong with me– I’m just doing them a favor. Besides, being straightforward and candid with them has always been my philosophy.
Me: Kids, I’m planning my own funeral right now.
Daughter: Can you please be considerate and not schedule it during…
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