Tag Archives: SC Cremation & Burial Society
“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
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
The picture says it all. What a great idea! Thanks, Carla
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.
The choice is yours. Thank you, Yvonne I needed this today. Perfect timing.
The Invention of The Slurpee By Zachary Crocket and brought to us by The Presurfer
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
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
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
A new option for an age-old question.
“Having an open mind requires not having a blind eye to the truth” Thought up while in the shower this morning. (I know, TMI)
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
Caleb Wilde finds times to ask the question, “So, You Want To Be A Mortician?” Pretty darn accurate, if you ask me.
“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
This made me smile…..courtesy of Steve Layman