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Despite their mom’s deteriorating condition, her daughters said the comments and conversations still seemed hypothetical.Redoubt Reporter When Linda Cooper told her daughters what she wanted for her funeral service and burial, the three gave really the only acceptable response possible when a loved one with a terminal illness makes requests about final wishes.“When she would tell us this I know all of us, at least me in particular, would kind of laugh and say, ‘Yeah, right.’ We’d tell her, ‘Yeah, we’re going to do it,’ but none of us actually thought we were going to,” said Christina Cramer, of Soldotna, the youngest of Cooper’s daughters.I just wanted to say thank you for bringing us together. Two Alaskan You Tubers met up and do the weekly Vlog.