There may be a limited amount of time left to you to arrange your goodbye.
Alternatively you may have a longer time span in which to plan a living funeral occasion.
From garden parties to a banquet in a stately home - a few days away in a luxury cottage for you and your close family - a chance to drive a Formula One car or enjoy a day at the races, or just a small, elegant tea party in your own home...
Georgia will gently and caringly take her lead from your wishes and needs.
When to choose a quiet place to say goodbye to your family and friends
Once you've decide that you want to say your own unique and special goodbye to your family and friends the next step is to think about where you would like this meaningful occasion to take place. Think of it as a 'living funeral' where you get to choose the venue, the music, the drinks, food and decorations.
If you are feeling well enough to be with people for only a short while then a quiet location will be easier for you. Your own home, garden or your hospice may be the best place, especially if you need close medical attention. Georgia can liaise with you, a member of your family or professional carers to make all the arrangements.
May 2017, Cheltenham
When to throw a party, fulfil a dream or take your loved ones on a special holiday
If you have had a longer terminal diagnosis, and have time to plan ahead, you may want to experience something that has been on your 'wish-list' for a number of years. You could go on your own with Georgia accompanying you from door-to-door, or take along your nearest and dearest family members.
Maybe you'd like to take a flight in a hot air balloon ride, or in a vintage air-craft. Or you may have always wanted to go on a cruise or longed to visit Lindisfarne, the Northern Lights, the Vatican, the English Lakes or New York, or any other special place that you've always dreamed about.
Providing you are well enough to travel Georgia can make this happen for you.
Joan (and Anne)
September 2017, Worcester
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