The Family Plot Blog
July 23, 2011
In the Piggly Wiggly at the Pink Palace Museum
Compare the revolutionary self-serve grocery of the 1920s with today’s modern food shopping experience. There’s a huge magnitude of even more choices, and with self-checkout lanes, even less human assistance.
This analogy can be applied to today’s funeral choices. In the 1920s, burial was about the only option.
With all the additional [modern funeral] choices, families can be overwhelmed if they haven’t had a conversation before someone dies. Remember, it’s not “if” but “when.” Like groceries, we all have an expiration date.
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