When someone dies, there's so much stuff to sort through. What to do with a half finished hand-crafted table left behind by a deceased grandpa? Guest Blogger Jerry Pahl tells the story of how he found a new purpose and home for Grandpa's table.
With as little as 5 minutes you can start to feel more prepared, have some peace of mind, and provide an incredible gift to your family and loved ones. By spending just a little time planning and thinking through these decisions now you’ll have a lifetime of mental comfort knowing that your end of life will align with your wishes.
This season’s design is very near and dear to my heart as it pays tribute to my late husband (Garcy’s father) Joe. “Add some hearts…and a blue rose to the design.” I asked her before she embarked on yet another hand-drawn version of our logo.
On the month of my sixth anniversary working in the emergency department of a community hospital in Los Angeles, I have written some suggestions for how you can prepare for a medical emergency. People don’t plan to come to the ER. They are brought by ambulance or a concerned family or friend due to a medical crisis.
Sometimes, people are unconscious or unable to provide information. Often, we may not even know their identity.