If Death Comes Tomorrow

Have you considered where you would like to spend your last days?

These are some basic questions that you should ponder:

Where would you like to breathe your last breath; at home or in an institution?

Who would you like to see before you die; your favorite star, an old friend, a family member; who?  

What would you like for your last meal? Steak and potatoes, lobster, pizza, French fries; what is your favourite?

 Who would you like to care for you? Do you want a church funeral? Do you want to be cremated or buried?

 Who would you like at your bedside? Your spouse, your parents, your best friend, a priest?

  Who would you like to forgive before you die? An old fling, your brother or sister?

 Have you considered Doctor assisted death?

There are many more basic questions to consider and the answers will be unique to each and every one of us, but the fundamental question remains. Have you thought about your final demise?

There are people that take the time to prepare for their death.

They would make a will. They would assign a POA. They would inform family and friends of their last wishes. They would discuss or preplan their funeral. They would arrange for medical care.

I have a lot of respect for those people. We all know someone that plans for their death, as best as they can.  You don’t know for sure when and how your end will come, but it would certainly make things easier for your friends and family if you take the time to make your wishes known.

This is my blog. Welcome! Feel free to leave a comment down below.

Lorraine Green

Managing Director @ GreenLaFleur Homecare

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