(weird I know). This morning I was thinking if it wasn't for my husband and children, if I died in my home it would probably be months before I was discovered. Then I got on Facebook and saw a story of a woman who died and wasn't found for a year even though her daughter lived in another apartment in the home on another story (floor) of the house. So realistically how long would it take for someone to find you, and are there things we can do so that there is a plan in place if we are not heard from in a certain amount of time?
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That is great that your boss would check on you. Certainly better than being left for a year.
Great point, but the alive me wants the dead me to be found before the rotting begins!! I'm sure, of course, the dead me won't mind stinking the place up.
Glad you won't be left for years!
At least your neighbor would care enough to check in on y'all.
If you didn't have them though are there people outside of your home that would check on you?
Lol! Well at least the positive to the revolving door is someone to find your dead body!! Haha! Hopefully no time soon!
I read more on it. Daughter might have known the whole time and just not reported.
Very possible, but the story says the daughter continued to cash checks that came in the mail. So now it's looking like she was leaving her there to collect money.
I didn't read the story so I think I am wrong, oh I know I am wrong. I heard something about a very overweight man who became fused to his chair and his girlfriend did nothing but feed him for several years until he passed away.
Oh my, that is just as bad!
Wow! How does one become fused to a chair? Now that gives new meaning to a couch potato! lol
Probably not getting up to use bathroom and probably sores on the butt Google fat man fused to chair. Or maybe just too big. It went on for 2 years
Good to know you won't be left for a year!