Organized into seven chapters, the authors offer thoughts on celebrating or recognizing important events in our everyday lives. The chapters include: Everyday; Beginnings; Fabulous Firsts; Red-Letter Days; Transitions; Loss; and Holidays. Guidance ranges from sending a child off to college to helping an elder move to assisted living to losing an unborn child. As I read I kept thinking "yes, that would be a lovely compliment to our lives". So I was not surprised to learn towards the end of the book that one of the authors attends a Unitarian Universalist church -- so do I.
How To Bury A Goldfish: and other ceremonies and celebrations for everyday life has been added to my permanent reference book shelf. I suggest that you do the same. Used copies can be found for mere pennies on Amazon.com.