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They're Not Mourning Mum

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  •  beatleguy: 
     

    You reap what you sew

     
     18 days ago 
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  •  viccles2004: 
     

    Wow, a bit harsh, and I would like to hear the other side of the story. Why were the two kids raised by the grandparents and not the father? Why no mention of anything about the dad? Was he an alcoholic? Abusive? Did she marry the brother and keep the child? Did she reach out to the kids but they were turned against her by the father? There is always two sides to every story.

    I think one can always be bitter, angry, and resentful, but this really served no purpose. I was raised to never speak ill of the dead. Yeah, there are a lot of awful people out there, but you have to rise above them in order to not be like them.

     
     18 days ago·2 replies2 replies 
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    •  diogenese19348: 
       

      We may have to wait until the father dies to find out what the kids thought of him ;)  This woman's parent's ended up raising the kids.  Happens too much these days. 

       
       18 days ago 
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    •  SecretCorners: 
       

      I have no problem speaking ill of the dead but yes, perhaps we should have let the person know what we thought when they were alive and could still hear it.

       
       18 days ago·1 replies1 replies 
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      •  diogenese19348: 
         

        I'd have to imagine "mom" got an ear full when she was alive. 

         
         18 days ago·1 replies1 replies 
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        •  diogenese19348: 
           

          I was curious enough to go look.  That was one screwed up family.  Both parents were not suitable for parenting, "Dad" and "Uncle" both died before "mom".  Apparently she had two kids with "Uncle", and didn't have much contact with these two, which was probably difficult since her own parents were raising them.  Yeah, I'd say her kids were a tad bitter. 

           
           18 days ago 
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  •  SecretCorners: 
     

    Let me say this much; I won't go into details but I attended a funeral years ago where not a tear was shed for the deceased; not even from her own children that were there.

     
     18 days ago·1 replies1 replies 
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    •  SecretCorners: 
       

      That was the only funeral I ever attended where there wasn't at least one person that appeared to be sad that the person was dead.

       
       18 days ago 
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  •  ghostrider: 
     

    oh my....this gives a memory flashback...2 brothers ...I know this is factual...I know which of the 2 was my real grandfather..and yep..you do learn things off the net..lol..sad .but hey..it is what it is with some..its been a strange world for decades..and i just try makin the best of the ship wrecked world we live in..one day we will escape the evile that some do..

     
     18 days ago 
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  •  Greystarfish1: 
     

    She deserted her family. Her children, must have had a rough life. You reap, what you sow. She will answer to God, for her actions.

     
     19 days ago 
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  •  legacycowgirl: 
     

    Some families hate behind closed doors and some open the front door. Sad but we do see it more now thanks to the world wide web.

     
     19 days ago 
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  •  VeroMariquita: 
     

    Wow that is kinda rough for an obit!! Sure is a lot of bitterness there.

     
     19 days ago 
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Posted: 06.06.2018
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