Monday, October 1

EXPIRED




What a good sense of humor she had! Tonight I feel expired too, so no more - just the pic. Enjoy!
EDIT: go here Tuesday for another story of mine.

21 comments:

Jay said...

My mom insists on being tossed onto a bonfire...her will will probably stipulate that we roast marshmallows and everything.

Beverly said...

That's a good picture. My husband is buried near a power pole. He was an electrician. We didn't plan it that way.

Kay Dennison said...

I want my ashes scattered at the duck pond in the park near my home and if you want the follow up line, you'll have to email me! I'm trying very hard to be good!

rosemary said...

My headstone will have a vacuum.

Cris said...

:-) Great picture!

Evil Twin's Wife said...

Tee hee. Rosemary and I will have to fight over that vacuum headstone....

michelle de seattle said...

H did the trick? No entiendo nada, Kenju :)

Shephard said...

Very cute. :)
re: Ram Dass book... I read all those books in my early NA days... Seth, Ramtha (oy), Ram Dass, Life and Times of the Masters of the Far East, Castanada... etc. Fond memories. But you know... personal evolution is like peeling an onion... we just go deeper and deeper, don't we. :)
~S

Bob-kat said...

Great sense of humour. One I have always liked is the the inscription on Spike Milligans (British comedian) grave. It reads "I told you I was ill".

Kristi said...

LOL
Thanks for the laugh. I bet she was a fun gal!

Alan G said...

Loved this one Judy....

All us fortyoner's must have a good sense of humor.

And as far as Kay's duck pond - I have a strong suspicion about this one.... lol

She who loves to shop said...

I have a feeling that mine will have something to do with a credit card if my family have anything to say about it.

thanks for the laugh this morning.

:)

utenzi said...

I don't think I want people to laugh at my grave marker, Judy. Actually, I don't want a marker of any sort. I like being secretive! An unmarked hole in the ground would be good.

I hope you start to feel better soon, Judy.

Anna said...

OK, that is hilarious. Seriously. I tihnk I would have liked her....ALOT! :) Missing you Judy!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Fabulous picture and a great sense of humor...I would have loved to know her before she expired! Thanks for the good laugh Judy!

moon said...

Thats brilliant lol. Thanks for the laugh. I think if a person can still make us laugh or smile after they are gone..it's special indeed. ...To immediately evoke possitive feels...or memories is a gift.

Honeysuckle Rose said...

That's a great story, my grandmother was just like that ... the mothball queen LOL.

Glad to hear you've been to Cedar Creek before - come out this weekend, it's our 40th fall festival and it's gonna be special. I'm demonstrating glass-blowing with Lisa, come up and say hi!

MissKris said...

One of the best I ever saw was:

"Ma loved Pa.
Pa loved wimmin.
Ma caught Pa
With two in swimmin.
Here lies Pa."

Ha!

sage said...

Great photo--who gets to collect the coins!

kenju said...

Sage, I assume if it still says expired, there are NO coins!

Michelle de Seattle said...

Okay, now I understand your comment. H did do the trick...ON MY BRAIN!!!