Should Miss Daisy Still Be Driving?

Perhaps you have noticed that your loved one’s driving is becoming increasingly dangerous. Lately, there have been a number of “close calls” and their vehicle has multiple scratches and dents. You have also noticed your loved one frequently changes lanes without signaling, makes sudden stops and is sometimes startled by passing cars. It has gotten to the point where you don’t feel safe riding in the same car and you are terrified that your loved one is going to cause a serious accident. Although you are concerned about your loved one’s driving, you also recognize how independent your loved one is and how devastating the loss of their driving privileges would be. What should you do? Driv

Planning Your Final Party

When Joanne Smith was in the final stages of her battle with cervical cancer, she spent a lot of time with her family discussing the type of funeral she wanted. She was certain that she did not want a traditional funeral, but instead wanted a personalized funeral that reflected her life. Forever a tender heart, Joanne wanted her funeral to show her love of Christ as well as her love of others. After much discussion, Joanne decided which songs she wanted, and the photographs that she thought best highlighted her life, especially her mission trips. She also asked each of her children to speak at her funeral with a request that they emphasize how she influenced their lives. As we have discu

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