AI'm scared that she might not come back.
BNo,I don't think she's that strong-minded.
ABut she took her luggage away with her.
BShe will be back soon.You can wait and see.
AHello. I was wondering if Taylor Smith has checked out yet?
BJust one moment. I'll check with the cancer ward desk.
AThe cancer ward!? Oh, my. It's worse than we thought.
BMa'am, I'm sorry. The cancer ward said Mr. Smith passed away two days ago.
AThat's impossible! I'm talking about Mister Taylor Smith.
BYes, ma'am. He died from complications of stomach cancer. I'm very sorry.
AI'm really sick!
AHi, Daniel, how are you holding up? I am greatly sorry for your loss.
BThank you, I’m doing much better. I’ve begun organizing everything for the funeral.
AHow’s that going?
BIt’s a lot harder than I imagined. There are many things that you have to to arrange. I booked a time and date with the funeral home, but I still have a lot of things to do.
AHave you bought a burial plot and a casket?
BNo. Wendy is being cremated. She always talked about how she didn’t want to be buried. I already chose a cremation urn and we plan to spread the ashes in the ocean.
AI see, that sounds like something she would have really liked. I am sure the memorial service will be tasteful. You are doing a great job.
BThanks, it hasn’t been easy, but luckily we have life insurance and Wendy left behind a detailed will that will sort out any other legal matters.