Month: December 2014

Life Among the Dead

It is really hard to believe that I graduated from San Francisco College of Mortuary Science 20 years ago this year! (Yes, there is a college for my profession.)  It has been 15 years since I started our own business which means all of our children have grown up in the death care world.  With many professions the work can be… Read more →

Nursery for Shaky Dad Part 1

One of the most accurate descriptions of how it feels to live with Parkinson’s Disease was made by Michael J. Fox. “It’s like having a 4-year-old climbing on you all the time,” describes Fox, “and so whatever you’re trying to do, you’ve got this 4-year-old and you’re … just trying to be patient and focus on what you need to… Read more →

Death Takes a Holiday

I was recently asked what have I learned from working in the funeral profession. The truth is I learn something almost everyday. But one of the things that amazes me is as humans how much control we have over when we die and this is more apparent during this time of year. I’m also often asked if there is a… Read more →

Where Are You Christmas?

Yesterday, after being up since 6am, scrambling to a baby doctor appointment with Alli,departing ways for me to rush to work to intercept a hectic day and she driving KC to a doctor appointment in the east bay for a persistent cough, I finally met up with the two at our old house after they had worked the whole afternoon… Read more →

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