Things I’ve Learned From Dead People – Four.

  • When a beloved matriarch or patriarch dies suddenly, the wake of disaster left behind is so far-reaching, that it is often visible from space.
  • Even during the (out-of-ordinary) rainy season, folks still have no tolerance for the slightest bit of mud on the headstone or marker belonging to a loved one.
  • Special Chinese and Vietnamese text characters take very unique precision to accurately inscribe into granite or marble.
  • Yes, it’s true…the crematorium CAN (and indeed, HAS) caught fire during a service in recent weeks.
  • When an “at-need” deceased individual has passed away and his next of kin tries to pay for his services with his own checking account, the police get involved pretty quickly.
  • It is actually quite acceptable to eat lunch each day beneath the shade of the Live Oaks in the “Apostles” section of cemetery.

13 thoughts on “Things I’ve Learned From Dead People – Four.

  1. tric says:

    Good one. Glad your mum is okay.
    A place called ‘ovens’ here in Cork was looking for a licence for a crematorium.
    My friend took two years to decide what might be a fabulous gravestone for young Daniel. We waited with baited and breath and laughed out loud when they went with plain and simple. Grief isn’t always misery.

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  2. the fifth point made me laugh – should I be looking for that here? I never knew.

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  3. psaintsmith says:

    ❤ Glad you’re mom is still with you.

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  4. Glad to see a post from you as I’ve noticed your absence. Thinking of you.

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