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Word of the Week: Doing

What epitaph would you like on your grave marker to describe you? Your life? Your influence?

A brief walk in a cemetery will reveal many predictable ones like “Rest in Peace.” “Loving Mother.” Or “Faithful Father.”

Some folks, or at least their relatives have demonstrated a sense of humor with their choice of epitaphs.

Ezekial Aikle, buried in the East Dalhousie Cemetery in Nova Scotia, died at age 102. His Epitaph? “The Good Die Young.” Continue reading

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