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yy4me Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-05-08 04:20 PM
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93.  Who I am is not the important thing for me, it is who I have lost.
In a few days I hope to post here, the awful scenario I went through this past week. My husband of 45 years dies suddenly. I am still in shock. I am trying to find out what I have to do and when. If not for the fact that my daughters were with me last week, I would have made a very costly mistake. It involves a funeral parlor, removing my husbands body from the hospital, a huge price for a simple cremation, (quick, sign here) and the net result was moving my husbands body to another funeral home.

The details will come as soon as I can get the courage to post about it. Lesson one, be careful and have someone with you at a time that is so sad and devastating that you can't think straight.
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