Published August 19, 2022 by Nan Mykel


I’ve been criticized (by my family) for using this blog as though it was Facebook.  I reckon that’s justified, because I try not to use either Facebook or Amazon.  (It’s a moral kind of thing).  So, I’ve been wondering how I’ll know if my Word Press friends have passed on into the great unknown or just gotten lazy…sick, maybe?  That’s why I’m suggesting that we ready an obituary to be posted on our blog when we pass away [never say die!]   A lucky-to-be-alive person could be appointed (before we die) to post it for us.

I’ve already written mine.  It’s complete but for the date.  Not that I’m rarin’ to go….



  • A good idea, Nan! My blogging friends have become a second family and sometimes when one drops off the radar, we do wonder. I’ve known of two of my blogging friends who died in the last couple of years, because their families let us know, but I like your idea!

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