Life is not a trial run, we are only given one chance at it, let’s celebrate that and make the most of it.
“Don’t put things off until tomorrow, it is not promised to us”. Learn how to celebrate life this summer.
Why not make the most of this summer, try new things, take up a new hobby, visit places that hold special memories for you, visit new places and make new memories, make that extra special effort to go visit friends and family that you have not seen in a long time.
Question: Why at my age (45) should I buy a Funeral Plan?
Answer: Why not?
Debbie Hughes (Clydebank Funeral)
Children and funerals – when we decide if our children should attend a funeral, age is not the most important consideration, our children are part of the family and children who are old enough to love are old enough to grieve.
It is often difficult to know if you should or should not send flowers. Are they appropriate? What kind should I buy? These are all valid qeustions. We are going to look at some simple sympathy flowers etiquette. If you would like to send flowers, you can have them sent directly to the funeral home or if you wish to the home of the deceased’s family. However, it is advisable to check with the funeral director what the family have requested prior to ordering, as it is sometimes the case that the family would prefer that a donation be made to charity in lieu of flowers.