As the Pink Chanel Suit episode opens we arrive at a funeral of the mother of Federal Judge Pauline Fitz-William (Cristine Rose). Realizing her daughter is not at the funeral, Judge Fitz-William asks her other daughter Sophie to find out where she is. Sophie arrives in Abbey’s room and lets out a scream as she notices Abbey’s boyfriend dead on the bedroom floor. Abbey’s boyfriend appeared to have been stabbed in the back.
It is a heavy burden and draws so much emotion and changes in ways of thinking. The family dynamics change and we mourn the past. It was just a week before Christmas and he was living independently in his own apartment. Now, he lives in a nursing home and knows nothing about what will happen. He will be visited by his Attorney and told of the petition. He will understand some of it and confusion will follow. The part of him that remains able to understand, may not understand. I wish I could do something to lighten this, and I only hope that he knows I will do everything in my power to see to it that his wishes are followed as much as I can.
The Duprees lived on premises, rent-free in the manager’s residence, a single-family unit with four rooms, next to the laundry, TV and mail room, at the core of the complex, where they could see everything going on around them and make some attempt to monitor it.
I buy the February Glamour at the checkout counter and notice there’s an article about a guy who suffers a stroke and survives, goes through a divorce, and goes into rehab. Unlike Dad though, he had brain activity and could communicate with his eyes and writing. I email him and tell him about Dad and about how inspirational the article was. He responds, surprisingly and tells me in a nice way to live each day to the fullest and make the most of it.
Jan. 1, 2009: Cindy and I pick her girlfriend up from the airport. She has come to stay with Cindy for a couple of days while we get through the viewing, funeral, and burial.
Here is the definition for Potential- adj. possible, as opposed to actual. Everyone has potential. The core issue is whether or not you teach your child how to tap into their inner potential. Most people are average at most tasks, yet excel greatly at a few.
However, before letting those emotions railroad you into buying a pricey low cost caskets tricked out with all the bells and whistles, you should know that it’s perfectly OK to shop around for a cheaper casket, even if it means going elsewhere. Shopping around is the best way to find a casket that will fit in your budget. And, according to U.S. federal law 16 CFR Part 453 (also known as the Funeral Rule), the funeral home handling the arrangements of your loved one must accept any casket that the family purchased elsewhere.
There appears to be no end to the listing of stuff that needs to be done. It’s even more difficult to think rationally during a period such as this because of the grief the family member’s will be suffering. They will only want to do the very best that they can and if they don’t have the finances they may feel that they haven’t yet done right by you. This can plague them with guilt for the rest of their own lives. When you have funeral cover you’ll be able to take this burden away from them by providing the means to look after your remains. This will lessen the financial burden of your passing and permit them some peace in their grieving.
So, if you are now contemplating pre-planning your funeral, there are some additional things to do. Here are four steps you should take, regardless of what elements you anticipate being in your funeral.