This week we are talking about 10 types of funerals to consider in your end-of-life planning. Each are different, some very easy and at least one that involves a high quantity of alcoholic beverages. Choose wisely, make good decisions, and drink responsibly. We also talk about the joys of Dairy Queen and welcome Clare Luckey who goes by the title “Grieving Bitch” on Instagram back to the show to talk about her journey she became a caregiver and brain cancer widow.
Related Content for this Episode:
- Should I Have a Funeral?
- Everything You Wanted to Know About What to do with Cremation Ashes
- What You Need to Know About Embalming
- Come Visit Me
- Everything You Need to Know About Cremation
- Everything You Need to Know about an Autopsy
- What Happens to Debt and Credit After Death?
- How to Pick Burial Clothes and Dress the Deceased
- The Ultimate Guide to Funeral Inspiration for Creating Personalized Funerals
- Viking Ship Ash Casket – This is a small-scale ship for an urn. Cute idea!
- American Brain Tumor Association: https://www.abta.org/
(Secret) Recipe of the Week
The first Dairy Queen® restaurant opened in Joliet, Illinois in 1940. One of the enduring treats – no longer on the menu – was the Jack and Jill Sundae. But learn how to request this hot fudge and marshmallow treat from the Secret Menu!
@dqshelbytwpmi Talk about a throwback #dq #dairyqueen #icecream #hotfudge #marshmallow #sundae #icecreamsundae #throwback #secretmenuitem #secretmenu #vintage #michigan #greenscreen ♬ original sound – DairyQueenShelbyTwp
From Everyone Dies
Everyone Dies: and yes, it is normal!
Everyone Dies (and yes, it is normal) is a story about a young boy named Jax who finds something special on the beach where he and his grandpa Pops are enjoying a wonderful day. Pops helps Jax understand that death is a normal part of life. This book provides an age appropriate, non-scary, comfortable way to introduce the important topic of mortality to a preschool child. Its simple explanation will last a lifetime.
We offer a way to memorialize your loved one or treasured pet with a piece of handmade jewelry. When people comment on it and the wearer can say for example “I received this when my mother died” which opens the conversation about this loss.
All our jewelry is made with semi-precious stones and beads, vintage beads, and pearls. You can choose between earrings or bracelets and the color family.
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