Tag Archives: Lauren Polanski
It appears that Lauren is involved in a thirty-day challenge. I missed the first several days because of Situational Awareness, Pt. II. Our jobs provide us with unique perspectives on life. An illustration of that would be, How very … Continue reading
I just finished crying (actually, if the truth be told, I still am sniffling) on my breakfast, being reminded of a few lessons we all need to be reminded of. Won’t you join me, please in remembering? Constantly amazed by … Continue reading
Yes, there will be a “post oyster roast report” in the next day or so. First, I have to finish processing the event by reviewing the photos/videos/drama of the evening and decide the best way to tell the story. Yes, … Continue reading
Lauren nails it with Another Day in the Life….
It has been a while since I re-blogged Miss Lauren. I think she understands that her funeral directors license is a “Learners Permit” She’s learning.
Little Miss Funeral tells her story, tying a few ideas together in, A little about cars, but mostly about pallbearers From my experience, the use of professional pallbearers was fairly commonplace when I worked in North NJ, (I served as … Continue reading
Trying to publish at least one post a day, it sometimes gets a bit challenging to come up with something relatively interesting. (Some evenings, when I check the analytics, it is clear that I failed in that mission). If I … Continue reading
“Little Miss Funeral” tells her story here: Five Reasons Why I (maybe) became a funeral Director. And since there are always new visitors to this blog, here is my story, from the early days of SVU: How It All Began
Happy birthday wishes to Lauren over at Little Miss Funeral. She recently celebrated one year in the blogosphere and is a breath of fresh air. Check her out at Little Miss Funeral
Well, I thought I had heard it all… This article, by Little Miss Funeral makes as much sense as anything I have ever been taught/read on the topic. Lauren uses a simple, uniquely feminine experience, to describe a very complex … Continue reading