After I die? #FPQ

This week for his FPQ question Fandango asks us:

How do you intend to dispose of your physical body after you die? Would you consider a green burial if it were legal where you live?

I don’t really know is my honest answer. I haven’t decided. I’m unsure what way I’d like to be buried, I think I probably want a traditional burial. I don’t like cremation, so I won’t opt for that.

If green burials were legal where I lived I think I’d definitely consider having one.

Its more environmentally friendly, and that to me is a really good thing.

I don’t have my wishes written down, maybe I need to think about doing that and putting them on paper just in case something should happen to me.

Yes, I think that is definitely going on my to do list.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #186 – This, That, and the Other (fivedotoh.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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