Tag Archives: grief

Lani Leary tells us what the dying want

Beloved Flower Lover, Ready to die, having gone to pick out their joint plot, they asked two of their children to look after their fiances. They were ready to die. It was Lani Leary who taught  them how to approach … Continue reading

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Flowers for daddyless women: Perhaps today you may be able to focus on what you do want in your softest softest softest heart instead

Beloved Flower Lover, The role of the father is so important. We hear about it from our clients all the time and so we created a little season of daddy, father, husband composites. Videos and flowers to express the inner … Continue reading

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We were taught that ‘No one needs to die alone: Lani Leary taught us about living and dying. We share our flowers

Beloved Flower Lover, A beautiful woman came in ten days ago. Her school time friend had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer.   We  did what we could and suggested flowers , flowers, flowers for her as a carer first. … Continue reading

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David Kessler demystifies death, dying and grieving with love

Beloved Flower Lover David Kessler, one of the most well-known experts on death and grief, helps explain and demystify what happens in our final days. His book Visions, Trips, and Crowded Rooms and helps us understand what’s really happening during the … Continue reading

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Death, Purpose and Flowers

Beloved Flower Lover, We have had a very sober weekend. Very sober. We asked our selves, what’s the point? We won’t go into the little details about the event. It may or may not be relevant to you, but as … Continue reading

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