A different one

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  1. Salty

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    Well, that IS different.
     
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    Very creative.

    My favorite obit was for a man who really disliked the current political status of the US. The last sentence of his obit said something like this: "In lieu of flowers, please donate to any political candidate running against Barack Obama."
     
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    I thought more folks would be dying to post here
     
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    I like the idea of having one in that style. I keep changing what I want on my tombstone, but my most recent one is "I've died and gone to heaven!"

    For my obit? Who knows, but "beloved wife and mother" just doesn't sound like me. Maybe something more like "What a nut, but we'll still miss anyhow!" I don't think I'd want to write my own. I would, however, love to have it done in invisible ink and see how many people get it. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    From the obit
    Good luck with that Harold. I prefer D.L. Moody's....


    For my tombstone? "I told you I was sick."
     

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