I think we never become really and genuinely our entire and honest selves until we are dead–and not then until we have been dead years and years. People ought to start dead, and they would be honest so much earlier. — Mark Twain
Eventually, we must all face our own death.
How comforting if those left behind after we die know our “final wishes” and the details needed to carry them out.
My Final Wishes is a fill-in-the-blank workbook for you to record your preferences for end of life and afterward. It includes wishes for funeral, burial and memorial services; information for your death certificate and obituary; and the location of papers needed to handle your estate as well as phone numbers of important people to call. It includes a reference section with information on funeral planning, ethical wills, vigils and legal requirements for a Wisconsin home funeral.