Holiday Traditions After a Death

Holiday Traditions After a Death

Traditions are the stories that families write together. After the death of a loved one, it is important to keep the traditions going. It helps to remember them this time of year although we may have thoughts of skipping the holidays entirely. Several families shared...
Top Funeral Songs from 2018

Top Funeral Songs from 2018

Playing a song or two during the Funeral or Celebration of Life is nice and breaks up some of the speaking portions. A song that is less than 4 minutes is best. If it is a particularly emotional song, 4 minutes can seem like an eternity. As your Funeral Celebrant, I...
10 Items for a DIY Funeral

10 Items for a DIY Funeral

Planning a Funeral, Celebration of Life or Memorial service? Here is a checklist of ten items to consider for the memorable day. Save yourself some time and order items online via Amazon or Etsy. Basket for Sympathy Cards Bottles of water and/or umbrellas (for outdoor...
I’m Sorry For Your Loss…

I’m Sorry For Your Loss…

This is the universal phrase we often say and hear when someone dies. It shows you care and opens the door for dialogue. As the griever, you can simply say, “Thank You, I appreciate that.” OR you may like to start a conversation about the person you are missing with...

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