After my Dad died I realized it’s important, no matter what age, to have your death wishes somewhere. I sat down and wrote just that. When I told a few people I got the, “wow, that is dark” vibe. And I agree. Death is grim. Death is also a reality, not for the dead, but for the living.
I don’t want people to be frantically looking up usernames, bank info, death wishes.
That’s why I’m going to post it all on my blog…minus my username and passwords.
Musical Instruments Given to:
Taylor 814 CE: Jeff Berkley
Gibson J-200: Lindsay White
Ibanez Artist: Becca Paoni
Gretsch Chet Atkins Nashville: Sarah Wood
Piano: Theresa May
I do not want to be buried in the Church
No traditional prayers to be prayed. Poems, thoughts, intentions are welcomed
Karaoke at the celebration
Karaoke Song Requests:
Total Eclipse of The Heart, Humpty Dance, I Don’t Know Much But I Know I Love You
What to do with my ashes (this might be a team effort)
Spread ashes in:
Byers, CO at the house/in a wheat field
Fort Collins, CO on Horsetooth Mountain
San Diego, CA at my home on myrtle ave
Bainbridge Island, WA at The Miller’s home
Lacey, WA at Jess Mckimmie’s cabin
Olympia, WA by Olympia coffee roasters
*If any body parts can be donated please do so
Grim or not, I think this is a great way to alleviate some of the stresses that might fall on our loved ones.
Ok. I’m dying to end this blog.