Welcome to Wordless Wednesday on be kitschig blog. Today, I am proud to present some guest photos from Linda. All the way from the USA. She called the memorial sweet kitsch, and I am very happy to go with that title.
Bill must’ve been a very lovely (grand)father.
What an unusual memorial. Thank you so much Linda for your sweet kitsch! Don’t forget to check out her blog here. Clickety-click!
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11 thoughts on “Featured: Sweet Kitsch by Linda”
That was a lovely memorial and am I sure she is glad that you shared it with us. I do wish you and your readers a lovely hump day as well.
Thank you! Not to open the lockdown topic again … these days it really doesn’t matter so much, what day it is 😉
In German the word is Wochenteilungstag, which to be honest not that many people use. Do you have a word for it?
We don’t have a word for “woke until it’s dark“. But I just saw the news about Mommy and what she’s about to do. I am very sorry to hear that this is happening again. So very sorry. It really is bad. And I can’t imagine what you must be going through. But there you are keeping everyone’s spirits up. I should be the one trying to cheer you up.
Oh my, you knew it before I did. To be honest, it’s really not that bad. Everything is closed anyways, we can’t see any friends, so what they call it next week really doesn’t make a big difference. (But for sure, people are slowly going bonkers.)
Thank you for your concern! We’ll be OK
“Oops! … I did it again.” I shared some pictures and you spun them into a blog post and shared my site. For that I am grateful Jeanine. You even used the title that I said was “sweet kitsch” … I pass this memorial every day when I walk at the Park and it kind of tugs at my heartstrings. I agree with you; I am sure he was a loved (grand)father. I always feel a little sad if someone passes away on/around their birthday as this gentlemen did. I am sure it adds a little more heartache.
Maybe I should have asked for permission first. Sorry Linda but this one was too good to pass! It is very moving. There are a few really odd tomb stones around but I feel like I cannot make fun of it, if someone really chose these odd pictures & Co. This one was cute. Thank you for passing it on to me!
You never have to ask permission to use any of the pictures I send you Jeanine – no worries at all! I was trying to be funny, since last time I sent you the black and orange flamingos. I had done a blog post on this memorial tree back around our Thanksgiving. From time to time, I have spotlighted a memorial tree. I search for the person’s obituary notice and try to find out something about them … there is a tree in the Park where I walk daily and the guy died fairly young. He was a Boy Scout Leader and was an army veteran and loved sports. So his widow decorates the tree every season and puts a wreath up with decorations for whatever sports team is for that season. She and their kids assemble at the tree on various occasions and say a prayer. Another tree is decorated every Christmas with bulbs. You’re so welcome – I’ll pass on anything that looks interesting, whether you want to use it or not. 🙂
OK, just checking. 🙂 I’ll remember for the future!
It is a lovely story. The families that live on afterwards need to find their own wayy of coping! Why not with a crying and a laughing eye?
You’re absolutely right … they have the right idea to carry on after tragedy strikes.
Sorry to learn of your “sweet
Kitschig loss. What a nice memorial. Hearts and hugs to you—💞💞💞