Tag Archives: SC Cremation & Burial Society

Go Figure

“To be tested is good.   The challenged life may be the best therapist”    –Gail Sheehy Thats funny, I’m been thinking about finding a therapist because of all the challenges in my life. Maybe I’ll just wait and save the … Continue reading

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Heading South

I’ll be heading South to Orlando this morning for a couple of days of what will be a very exciting planning session for my company. Long hours and when not in meetings, I’ll be thinking about and planning for the … Continue reading

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Technology

The picture says it all. What a great idea! Thanks, Carla

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Thoughts

This is a photo of a sign near the end of a very long and winding driveway at a home that I visted a few times this past week. What a great, daily reminder for all who pass it.

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Happiness Or Misery

The choice is yours. Thank you, Yvonne I needed this today. Perfect timing.

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Because You Need To Know

The Invention of The Slurpee By Zachary Crocket and brought to us by The Presurfer

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Thinking Outside The Box

Ah, we must keep our sense of humor. Yes, we have to be serious, but we are human. I have to remind myself what the first three letters of the word “Funeral” spell. Regardless of your job, you better like … Continue reading

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“It Was So Human”

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

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The Ghost At Work

As I grow older, my desire to go back and touch pieces of my past gets stronger and stronger. I want to stand in places I once trod and to thank the people who played a role in what I … Continue reading

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The Choice Is Yours

A new option for an age-old question.

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An Open Mind

“Having an open mind requires not having a blind eye to the truth” Thought up while in the shower this morning. (I know, TMI)

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Remembering Accurately

If people listened to me, (Which usually they do not), I would be famous for my recurring comments about the need to remember people accurately the way they were when they were alive. I have taken considerable criticism over the … Continue reading

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Think About It

Caleb Wilde finds times to ask the question, “So, You Want To Be A Mortician?” Pretty darn accurate, if you ask me.

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Different Maps, But Same Destination

“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

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Me Too.

This made me smile…..courtesy of Steve Layman

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