Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Whatever Wednesday - Obituary

Well Shay and Alissa came up with a slightly morbid topic today. Although I do have this fascination with death. I often wonder (probably too much) would anyone show up to my funeral? Would anyone care? Or would I be that funeral where only 1 or 2 people show up. I'd like to think that more then that would come. Anyway, thinking about obituaries and what I want said...hmmm...??? Here it goes.

Sarah C, born August 30, 1979 left this world alongside her husband peacefully in their sleep (think The Notebook - movie edition). They always said that they didn't want to live in this world without each other, so they left it together. They leave behind their 2 children, Baby Fox, his wife Jillian and their 3 children,  Elizabeth, 25, Cameron, 22, and Matthew, 20 and Mini Fox, her husband Daniel and their 2 children, Michael, 24, and Natalie, 22.

Sarah loved her family more then anything and loved enjoying time and spoiling her grandchildren. She loved to travel with Mr. and her family all around the world but said that her RV trip to all 50 states in one summer was one of the best times of her life. 

She was an engineer by process of elimination in college, but really loved to try and be crafty and loved to cook for her family and friends, even though she couldn't eat most of what was being served. She thought having her nails painted and hair done made her feel good, so she got them done weekly.

She lived by this motto: you can have all the money in the world but if you don't have good family and friends then you don't have anything at all. And she did just that until the day she died.

And that my friends is what my obituary would say. Yep I made up a bunch of grandchildren to spoil and take around the world with me, cause you know I'm going to be rich enough to do that.

So what would your obituary say?

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  1. Well that was lovely. Glad you enjoyed my antics as well :) With no hubby in tow, a girl must go to extreme measures and faux-marry a celeb :)

  2. Ahaha, I love that you named your grandchildren. Your future grandchildren will definitely appreciate it!

  3. This sounds weird but I've always wanted to see my funeral. You know who comes to it and everything. Nice obit!