Friday, October 24, 2008

Do you have a will?

Can you guess what he is going to be this year?
Me either : ).
He changes his mind about twice a day! It will be something exciting though!

I read this article this week and I think it is VITAL information!
If you have a second, or a minute : ), go read it.
We don't have one yet, but it is on my list of IMPORTANT things to do!
What other important things do people need to do to ensure their family will always be taken care of if anything happens to them?

Quince is feeling sad and depressed. Please pray for a miracle.
Thank you for all of your prayers to date!

11 comments:

Grandma J said...

What a beautiful picture of Gary and Kaishon!

So, tell me Kaishon...what are your plans for that money?

Thank you for the nice comments today, Rebeckah. You are terrific.

BusyBeeSuz said...

I love the Pic. I made a Peter Pan costume many years ago similar to this one. Peter pan ROCKS.
I learned the hard way about wills. Do you remember my story about Mama Kong????
We did ours. All is taken care of. This is one of the most important things as a parent that we can do for our kids. Really.
My thoughts are with Quince. I keep hoping and wishing that all the good prayers are going to lift him up....
Sometimes these things just take time. My best to all of you...
Suz

DD said...

I love his outfit! Where is he wearing that too? Are you already trick or treating?

As far as the will MI allows those kind of wills, but I am wondering is that just property or is that for your child too?

Jules from "The Roost" said...

Yes, wills are SO important and need to be updated too. That is a wonderful picture......Quince is still in my thought and most importantly my prayers!

kouji haiku said...

that's a great costume there. :)

no will yet, but i intend to work on it. might also be good to have a safety deposit box, with important documents, passwords (for email and blogs, for example).

perhaps your colleague would consider having a blog to record his rehab?

stargurrl13 said...

I have a will, but I've never heard of a holographic will.....I need to go read the article to find out what the difference is!

I can understand about depression since I've had my battles lately....but think of it this way.....Quince is here to feel those emotions! I always try to remember what Paul said about giving thanks for everything! While I pray that Quince will shake off this depression, I am thankful he's here and feeling things! What an awesome thing!

Also, thank you for all your pryers! I haven't been in the bloggy mood, but I should be posting something new soon!

Love you, my dear, precious friend!

david mcmahon said...

You're right - it is supremely important.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Excellent information about the will. Another thing I've done is start a folder called "If Anything Happens." It contains all information anyone could ever know about credit cards, bank accounts, retirement accounts, etc. that my family would need to tend to.

I also included an essay I want someone to read at my funeral.

Knowing my family, they won't find the darn thing until months after I'm gone.

Jason said...

Very interesting...I will investigate...

uncleawang said...

Thank for droping by.
WILL, it is very important especially if to family.

Daphine said...

Hi Rebeckah,
I came over from Darlene's blog.

You have a cute little boy there! My husband and I do have a will. It was one of the hardest things we've ever had to do, but when you think of the kid(s) that you might be leaving behind...it helps to get the job taken care of, ya know? We just never know what or when something might happen.

I enjoyed my visit and will return again.