Thursday, September 30, 2010

I Hope Everyone Reading the Obituaries Today has a Big 'Ol Smile on Their Face

Leave it to my Mom.

Even in death she can make people laugh.

Remember the pic' I posted of her a few days ago?  Please scroll down two posts.

THAT one.  Seems it was her final request that it be used for her obituary in the Washington Post and Sun News in Myrtle Beach.

It was probably because she couldn't find the one of her doing a beer bong with a bunch of frat boys a few years back.

That's my Mom.

11 comments:

RV Vagabonds said...

So okay, where's the bong picture? Waiting *tapping foot impatiently*.

word vert: phstston. If the rig had phststons those would be going bad right now too.

SkippyMom said...

Should I post it? It's a hoot. :D Let me know and I will. Hugs Linda and thanks for everything. Really.

Jeannie said...

I think I love your Mom. Hope I get to meet her in the great beyond. And yes, post the bong picture!

Linda in New Mexico said...

Dang it girl, post your Momma's picture. We're all out here wanta see the crazy you came from. Hehehehe. I love you neener, neener. Kiss the pooldad and the kidoos for me. The Olde Bagg

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Oh, Skippy, I am so sorry to hear this! I am catching up and just saw this. I love her photo, she must have been such a fun lady. It is hard to lose your mom, no matter how old you are. I am thinking of you.

colenic said...

I agree...where's the bong pic?? Sending lots and lots of hugs and positive thoughts to you!!

Rudee said...

It's a great picture!

Me...Uncensored said...

great pic! definitely made me smile ;)

Yum Yucky said...

okay, so now I'm smiling-laughing. That is sooo great. I love that pic! So sassy. :)

Michaela said...

I LOL'd when I first saw that pic. I hope I am like your Mom when Im older. As in, trying hard to be youthful, still holding rose in teeth. That is a SCREAM that she used that for her Obit. I am thinking of you darling girl, & I hope the funeral goes OK. I thought of a new song. It's call "Skipp-a-dee-DO-dah". I will sing it for you at a more appropriate time. xxxooo

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

I loved, loved, loved that picture! (would love to see the other one, too.)