“I’ve been working in The Writing Studio at Georgia State today, when a
worried student came in for some assistance. She was assigned to write
an obituary for her Journalism class. This obituary was to be written
about the professor of her course. I’d never heard of anyone assigning
something like this (probably because it’s morbid), but it’s very
practical to learn for Journalism. From there, I had an idea. I thought what a good tag/challenge it would be for fellow bloggers to write an obituary about themselves. (not to mention a bit of morbid fun)”
I agree completely about the morbid fun!
So, Here’s the rules:
- Link back to whoever tagged you.
- Put these rules in your tag.
- Write an obituary about yourself (it can be as funny or as serious as you like).
- Write about a paragraph or two (or more if necessary) in length.
- You may tag up to 10 people, and be sure to link to them.
- Have fun, because creative writing is one of the greatest joys in life!
Sarah Walrus wasn’t an incredible power of this city. Meaning that you may well be wondering why I think dedicating a space to this women is appropriate. To be honest it isn’t appropriate and in a week when this round of newspapers is thrown out she will be forgotten. Ms. Walrus passed away last Thursday evening, found DOA in her second home in Sydney’s inner West. The scene was not pretty, found with herds of her many cat’s feeding off the large gun-shot wound in the centre-front of her head. Sarah Walrus should not be remembered by her suicide, she should be remembered for her narcissism (that led to her completing a full face of cosmetics before suicide), her disdain for all of the human race (yes even all her friends) and her acute and constant paranoia that she could die at any moment (a bit late for that) that ruled her life. She will be missed and her books forever used as cheap firewood.
Her funeral will be held on August 31st. So, come and show respects. If not to show respects at least to join in on throwing an original piece her her writing (or artwork) into the fire of the crematorium.