Charles Cowling
We’ve had a request for what follows, and we don’t turn down requests here at the GFG, not on any grounds. If you’ve heard this one before, rejoice for all those who haven’t.    An elderly Irishman lay dying in his bed. While suffering the agonies of impending death he
Charles Cowling
      “They said I couldn’t shoot him til he was inside the house, so I waited til he got in the door and then I shot him.”   Sarah McKinley, after killing Justin Martin, a burglar, with the permission of the emergency services.    Can’t give you a
Charles Cowling
I dreamed I walked in heaven just the other night There was so much beauty, so much light Don’t you wish it was true Don’t you wish it was true An angel took my hand Said you don’t have to hurry Got all the time in the world don’t worry
Charles Cowling
      The days of our age are threescore years and ten; and though men be so strong that they come to fourscore years, yet is their strength then but labour and sorrow; so soon passeth it away, and we are gone.   Book of Common Prayer (1928)  
Charles Cowling
  James Leedam, a good friend of the Good Funeral Guide, is collecting info about what people want at funeral, how they would find out about it, and what influences their choices. As the ceo of Natural Burial Grounds, James is especially keen to find out what influences those who go
Charles Cowling
  The Dying Matters Coalition is holding its very own Death Booker (well, something like that). Dying Matters is offering a prize for “new creative writing about dying, death and bereavement. Anyone touched by dying, whether directly or as a relative, friend, colleague or carer, can enter.” The judges will