Finding the right place to buried

Joe,

Have you thought about where you’d like to be buried? Because what I was thinking, is we could find a place, get it, then if I live through this infection, maybe you could use it.

(Kind of like…a dark and goulash race to a morbid finish line 😜.)

Seriously though, I feel like I’ve spent so much of my adult life living in one big mess, I think the one thing I could do is by getting organized for the end. The goal is to obviously beat this infection, but I also need to start facing the dark reality…

The only thing good about this infection (well, nothing is good I suppose 😢), is that it’s a very slow growing bacteria, which gives me some time. It’s just with this new muscle spasms in my jaw, I know I need to get organized…

So I get organized with the arrangements, then forget about it–I go on with fighting this infection the best I can and living whatever life I have left, the best I can.

After everything you’ve done for me, I have to get this organized, I can’t put it off anymore. I was thinking Hollywood Forever, because I like that it’s a living cemetery and they screen old movies–I really like that, it’s how my love for the movie business started was old movies–but I was reading about the cemetery and it’s been mismanaged for years and it’s had a lot of corruption, which really doesn’t bode well for its long term future. The other place I was going to check out is Forest Lawn by Warner Bros…where I had my first job, where Noah walked around as a baby–

(Forest Lawn might be cheaper too 🤔)

I already checked out the Westwood cemetery a few years ago (where Marilyn Monroe is buried), but that cemetery is too expensive.

When I checked out the cemetery websites, I guess these funeral plots are also considered ‘investments’, though it seems like a strange way to look at it 👻.

I’ll call both places and get the information, and I’ll go by and see them if I have to, if they won’t give me any quotes on the phone….

I know it’s a totally depressing topic, but it will allow me to fight this infection with some peace in my soul…

Love,
Tara

About hopeforanswers

Some kind of rare immune deficiency, yet to be determined. A lifetime of infections without an elevated white cell blood or fever. Very grateful to be alive, very thankful for the friends who’ve supported me and for access to literally millions of dollars worth of medical care. I’m not the bubble child, I’m somewhere in between.
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