Finding YOUR Joy

Finding YOUR Joy

Posted on December 26, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Even months after the funeral it’s not uncommon to feel just not exactly right. We all lose our way from time to time. Things happen and we can’t find our JOY. It’s not really so much gone, as it is misplaced. Life feels dull and the days seem to drag.  No matter what the circumstances, if […]

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Christmas

Christmas

Posted on November 27, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
Posted under Pre-planning

Not everyone anticipates the approaching Christmas holiday with enthusiasm. Let’s face it, Christmas comes around the same time every year and it’s just bound to hit everyone at a low point at least once in a lifetime. So, if this is not been your best year and you are not really looking forward to Christmas, […]

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Moving after a spouse dies?

Moving after a spouse dies?

Posted on October 30, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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One of the realities of losing a spouse or a parent is the impact that event has on living arrangements. Are we living in the “right” place? Is the house too big? Is it too far away from family? Will my surviving parent be safe where they live? Should I move to be closer to […]

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What to expect at a funeral

What to expect at a funeral

Posted on September 25, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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We’ve all been there. Going to a funeral can be a little daunting, especially if it’s your first or if it’s been awhile since you attended one. Let’s talk a little bit about some of the terms you will hear and what you can expect in general. There’s a great deal of variety in funeral […]

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How to dress for a funeral

How to dress for a funeral

Posted on September 23, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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First, understand that what you wear to the funeral is much less important than actually going to the funeral or gathering.  Don’t underestimate the value of your presence. Your kind words, shared stories, or even just a hug will mean a great deal to friends and family when there has been a death. Don’t let […]

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