my condolences, CD. I too lost my grandmother a couple of months ago. she had 93 years of happiness.
When K&T tells me to jump, I am halfway to the moon! :grin:
But my kind tend to jump for human's entertainment.
I subscribe to the officer down memorial updates on Facebook and they put a post up notifying of any officers that have been killed in the line of duty. People always "like" the statuses so I asked why people would like the death of an officer? People said its their way of showing respect for the fallen. Its not that they like their death, but the way they lived their life. I don't agree with it so I still won't like the statuses.
Sorry for your loss Metallica song.
I'm usually the one liking in appropriate things like "I got punched in the face today" or "a goat ate my Steve perry poster" because like the delorian, I feed on garbage of others to survive. I do draw the line with death of a family member/friend and dogs. Cats only if they're cute.
I am all about mourning one when they day, but appreciating them the next day.
My grandfather died a few days ago. He was a huge David Niven fan.
I might have inherited his weird sense of humor as far as idols are concerned.