Saying Goodbye With Love

Saying Goodbye With Love

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by Linda C Ballou
     
 

What your family should know before going to the funeral home. This book is about final expenses and final wishes. This book will make it easier for your family when making funeral arrangements.  See more details below

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What your family should know before going to the funeral home. This book is about final expenses and final wishes. This book will make it easier for your family when making funeral arrangements.

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ISBN-13:
9780615347561
Publisher:
Linda Ballou Publishing
Publication date:
03/24/2010
Pages:
228
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.52(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Saying Goodbye With Love 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
skstiles612 More than 1 year ago
About a week back my husband and I went to a local Amish restaurant with two goals in mind. The first was to seek out the manager in regards to a possible book signing at their restaurant and the second was to eat at their delicious breakfast buffet. Upon entering we noticed an author set up for her book signing. After eating we stopped by to look at her books. I got more than I bargained for. I chose to purchase her book "Saying Goodbye with Love. The reason was simple; my elderly mother lives with us. She is constantly telling me that she has everything in her file cabinet in her room. I didn't know what else I needed to do for her or how to bring up the subject. I new the following things: My mother was to be buried next to my father in the national cemetery and that her insurance would cover it. She would always tell me that we would discuss the rest later. I never knew how to bring up the subject without offending her. That is where Linda's book came in. My mother has had a living will for quite some time. It wasn't until my sister passed away and was cremated that I found out my mother does not want to be cremated. I decided it was time to sit with her and to use Linda's book to get things in place. This went from simple things such as the funeral home to the things most people don't think about and discuss with family. I have her wishes for her funeral, who I need to contact, nursing home information in case it ever becomes necessary. She did the research and chose the one she thought was a best fit. The financial end is taken care of. I remember the decisions we had to make when my father passed away. Tough decisions to make anytime, but especially when you are grieving. I was going to give this book away on my website but have decided to pass it on to other family members. I have a sister and niece, both with cancer. They have told me I am to handle everything. This book will help. I have made a plan for my own children. This is not a subject we like to talk about, but it is a necessary subject. Linda has just made it much easier for us. I recommend this book to everyone