It has already been a week. No burial yet. Soon I am told. Papers need to be filed...The same routine we went through three years ago. It is a long process.
Death is not easy even after you are gone from this world. So many decisions to make. What kind of urn/casket do you want? What kind of burial do you want? Sometimes it is overwhelming. A good thing to remember is to tell your family what you want to do when you die. It makes it a lot easier. Also set money aside for all the expenses. You need thousands of dollars for a cremation and burial. Keep that in mind. Dying is not cheap. If you want a casket and a plot add several thousand dollars to that. It is all out of this world crazy. And, don't count on your wishes to be granted unless you have planned ahead. A family that does not know...does not know, and will take the easiest way out.
Death is not the time to decide what to do with a loved ones body. Seriously, sit down and tell your family what you want done. It is one of the most important things you can do for the loved ones you leave behind. If you don't care tell them you don't care. Just do something. We are all going to die someday. It is not something you can get out of.
So...that being said...on to the garden...Today's pictures include a blooming canna, a picture of the CAT fan blade flower, A new to me crab trap my brother got me, and last but not least an old crate with a bloomer and some old bottles left behind on the boat. Enjoy!