Tuesday, March 10, 2009

My Last Will and Testament

So, I know that this is a gory subject to be on about - but the Journal Jar has spoken, so I am going to post it right here for all to see. My Last Will and Testament.Actually, this topic is quite a long one to post about. I took a death and dying class when I was up at the "U". Great class... helps to address the serious issue of death. After all, we are all going to die at some point in time. Are you prepared for it? I know that I am. And I have prepared myself in a way that some might find a little bit unappealing. I have already written down my last will and testament (to be altered as needed) AND, I have already written down my wishes for what I want my funeral to be like. These are important things to know so there are no arguments when the time comes for your family to deal with this rough situation.

I will make sure that everyone knows that my Will has been printed and is in my lock box on my dresser. Also, a copy of it is on the computer, and I am certain that my husband will carry out my wishes to the best of his ability. I have a DNR in place and I am an organ donor - I do not want family members to ever dispute over what should happen to my remains. If I die horrifically, cremate me. You can't have an open casket anyway... Spread my ashes in a garden and I will be just fine with that. If you can have an open casket, maybe I die of natural causes, then by all means - do so. But I do not need the most expensive casket they have available.

If I should die from some sickness or disease, I recommend cremation - after all, I could come back as a Zombie. Should this happen, I really encourage you to prepare yourselves.You will know that I have turned into a zombie if you have buried me and I suddenly appear from out of my grave, dissheveled, dirty, and bent over kind of funny... if I make grunting noizes, if I haven't brushed my hair, and if my clothes have dirt on them - AND IF YOU SAW ME DEAD - you can pretty much guess that I have turned into a zombie.... Now, I have also decided to post things on how to identify me as a zombie, and how to protect yourself. My disclaimer is that should I come back as a zombie, I don't really want to hurt you - but I probably will...
Now that you have been thorougly prepared - please carry out my wishes so I don't come back and try to eat you. Many thanks.

3 comments:

Aislinn said...

what does one do if one is at the Scrapbook expo and sees one that is getting sort of zombie like when looking at the plethera of stuff? What should one do?

Heidi Sue said...

Too Funny! Aislinn, if that should happen maybe you should dump cold water on her. JK,

Monarch Photography said...

LOL I love it... thanks for all the tips on how to spot a zombie and how to take care of it.. LOL.