The Gift of End-of-Life Planning
Planning for incapacity and death isn’t fun. Making decisions about end-of-life care and determining how you want your belongings and money distributed after your death is emotionally upsetting and unsettling. That’s one of the reasons why a lot of people don’t make plans. It’s also one of the reasons I was surprised when my old 89-year-old Aunt Jean asked me to make an appointment with a funeral home so she could prepay her funeral expenses. I have to admit, I never thought there was anything funny about planning a funeral until I took Aunt Jean to plan hers.
I’d like to invite you to click on this link to read about my surprising funny experience with Aunt Jean: What’s Funny About Planning a Funeral?