The Good Funeral Guide
Wednesday, 29 June 2011
Last September, Barbara Baker learned that breast cancer had spread to her bones and she had six months to live. Lakin had already made a coffin for Baker’s cat. The choice to have her own made came naturally. He delivered it a week before Christmas, when Baker had a friend, Carla, staying over.
“Carla comes home at 4:30, and my mom says, ‘Chuck’s coming and he’s bringing my casket today,'” Fenlason said. Carla pulled her aside and warned her: “I think there’s something wrong with your mother’s mind.”
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