When I retired as a humanist celebrant I thought I'd stop writing this blog, but my fascination with all things death-related prompted more posts. They're just written from a slightly different perspective, that's all. Oh, and I still do the odd one, by special request.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

How to die

There are some cuttings tucked into my battered copy of The Oxford Book of Death (recommended, by the way). This fell out when I was looking for something today. I especially liked the bit about leaving something that doesn't exist to a greedy relative, so s/he spends the rest of his/her life looking for it. Yes, that's a bit mean, I know. Click on the image to make it bigger.

5 comments:

comfort blanket said...

I loved that... especially the part about 'having your dress tucked in your knickers'. Guy Browning certainly has a unique way of getting across the things that matter.
Thanks for sharing!

Arkayeff said...

I think I might leave money to a local curry house so my wife can have a spicy time after I have left the table.

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Harbors of Hope Team said...

Great article. Like your blog a lot, too. I also am a celebrant.

Margaret said...

Glad you like it, and thanks.