Nine Radical Tombstones

Tombstone 1Tombstone of musician and actor Fernand Arbelot in Pere Lachaise cemetery.
Fernand always wished to gaze at his wife’s face – holds her in his hands.

Tombstone 2Michael A. Stoos was so attached to his Blackberry
he decided it just had to be his tombstone.
Tombstone 3“BMW Steve” managed to trump everyone. He had a E93 M3
Convertible (similar to his own) designed as his tombstone.

Tombstone 4Yuri Vladimirovich Nikulin, Russian actor and clown. He also managed
the old Moscow Circus – now known as the Nikulin Circus in his honor.
Tombstone 5I don’t know the story behind this tombstone but ya
gotta admit … it fits right in with today’s graveyards.
Tombstone 6Caroline Walter died in 1867 of tuberculosis. Her sister had a sculptor
create a tombstone as if she had fallen asleep while reading a book.
Tombstone 7This romantic tombstone stands in the cemetery of
Basilica di San Miniato al Monte in Florence.
Tombstone 8Gladys was truly dedicated to her piano. This
memorial can be viewed in the London cemetery.

Tombstone 9

May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

My buddies at the LBC have their own tales to tell:
Blackwatertown, Maxi, Gaelikaa,
Padmum, Ramana, Shackman speaks, The Old Fossil

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About Maxi Malone

Hi … I'm Maxi, a retiree with an addiction. I have quit: raising kids, cleaning house, cooking, doing laundry—there is no end the list—everything is done on "have to." The addiction? Writing to my last breath.
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