Monday, June 6, 2016

My Mother Finally Got the Grave Marker She Deserved.

12 comments:

Five Hundred Pound Peep said...

Did you put that there using a popsicle stick or something? Well I believe she is not facing not so good things now in the afterworld.

Judith said...

Bahahaha!

Lisa said...

Dude you are sick and twisted

q1605 said...

You're the one who picked it out and said she can't see it from down there. If you don't like it pay for a better one

Lisa said...

You mean ME pay for it. Lets stop this crazy talk right now.

q1605 said...

Yeah Judith I thought I would never get a word in edgewise.

q1605 said...

And it was something I found on the internet and I felt like she should be apprised of what we think about her now. I wouldn't waste a perfectly good Popsicle stick on her memory.

q1605 said...

Peep the caretakers will remove it cat quick. I haven't been to her grave except for when I received the certified letter informing me of her death and that the will was presented for probate. I had to stand over it to prove to myself she was really dead. That was the one and only time I'll waste any time on that hag ever again.

Joan S said...

It is soooo much work to put up a gravestone. That one will do.

q1605 said...

Expensive too. I had suggested a fire hydrant so dogs could wee-wee on it and she might serve some purpose in death that no one got from her while she was alive. I was joking about Lisa. I have a call in to her but it remains un-returned. Lisa just comes around to hoover up assets, she has no interest in paying the dues you have to pay having my mother as a family member.

Five Hundred Pound Peep said...

Understand you making sure she was there. I'd be worried I'd show up at the graveyard and see the coffin half out on the ground and open like in a vampire movie. :0

q1605 said...

We did have some caskets popping out of the ground during all these rains. But back then we got the legal citation that has to go to all the next of kin and I wasn't broken up about it. But I just had to see it to believe it. I literally stood on her grave and jumped up and down. I was sure she would out live us all.