I always find it a little disconcerting when someone’s birthday is acknowledged after they’ve died. I feel that instead of celebrating their life and their future and their ability to continue to achieve and experience as we do on birthdays during life, we should recognize and remember them more on the day of their death, celebrating their legacy and what they were able to achieve in their life.
Is this a thing? Do people do this anywhere? curious.
(For the record this is prompted by posts I keep seeing on dead authors/actors/artists, people in the public eye more than personal.)
my parents went to Yosemite and all I got was this lousy cell phone picture
blackberry/cheese popover batter
loch ness through holes in castle wall
My Mad Fat Diary = too many emotions for me to handle.