Just as I am at this moment- happy and full of life. I wouldn't make my wake/funeral to be a sad occasion- I want good tunes playing, lots of food and booze. I want to be cremated so that my ashes can be mixed in with fireworks and as my final goodbye, I want my friends and family watching as I'm shot up into the sky.
I went to a funeral at an Irish pub once (well Irish in an Atlanta suburb style). The guy who had it wife died of cancer. She didn't want people to be sad so the owners of the bar shut the place down and all of us celebrated her life with food, alcohol and happy tears. She is buried at Arlington as he was a Vietnam vet. He is there now too sadly. Some of the best neighbors I ever had.
That's the way to do it. Sure, it's a sad occasion, but I feel that you are paying a greater tribute to someone by celebrating their life rather than mourning their passing.
I love your party for the living idea. Shooting remains no necessary but fun, possibly add fireworks. I don't want a tomb stone but love the saying that "She wanted to be made love to well and often".
I love that! Awesome!
Why would I even care?
would you like to be forgotten?
I read this question and had the same answer as you. It's kind of sad. I'm not sure why I feel this way. Why don't you care?
It would mean far more to me to be appreciated for the sacrifices I've made for others while I'm alive than after I'm already dead. I'm mean what's the point??? And you're right, it is kind of sad.
Unique, giving, open-minded, clever, fun-loving artist. Yeah, that sounds good. :~)
That sounds good. What you said.
Thank you :~)
I don't really care if I'm remembered or not because I'll be dead anyways.
Really? They failed badly then
I would like to be remembered as a sweet soul and a person who was very kind, helpful, and supportive and someone whose good deeds made an impact on others lives.
As the girl who never gave up despite her pysical disabilities and limitations.
One of the 'good guys' - good mom, good friend, good mentor to my students. Someone who touched people's lives in a positive way.
As a friend people could talk to.
I don't care how I'm remembered, just so long as I'm not forgotten.
Probably as a funny, nice, and huge alice cooper fan. lol
I love that your profile picture is Roger Taylor from Queen's "I Want To Break Free" music video. Totally awesome. He does make a pretty lady.
In the work of the people ive helped
I want people to come view my grave & be able to push a button that makes a fart noise & have some grating with brown fumes coming up from it. I have been unfortunately dubbed the "Fart Machine". I have had some of THE single most audible explosions from my *** since I was around 10. Yeah..my tombstone should read: "Here lies..(push button). This would tell my life story
I would like to be remembered as someone who learned everything he could about the world around him in order that he might leave it a better place than he found it.
Ever heard of Lupe Vélez? X] lol<br />
oh Frasier how do I love thee?
prefer not to be
Hopefully the good I've done outweighs the bad but I really don't want to be remembered at all.
Mad, totally and utterly insane, id like folsk to think about me and think WTF man that dude was crazy as a bag of badgers but a good guy.
I want to be remembered as the one who everyone thought was fine.