Atlas of a Funeral Director's Brain
I found the following image on Facebook (courtesy of Funeral Diva: Lori Diaz – http://facebook.com/ms.funeraldirector) and it gave me a much needed laugh. I really think when we get in the groove of our profession our brains can absolutely function this way. I bet that if you look at this picture it won’t be very hard to find one of the atlas points that at some point was in your brain, may be it will be harder to find an atlas point that WASN’T at some point in your brain.
I hope this picture gives you a good laugh and starts your week off on the right foot. Keep changing the world, one family at a time.
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