Featured: Sweet Kitsch by Linda

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.

Featured Sweet Kitsch by Linda Garden Gnome
Featured sweet kitsch by Linda Garden Gnome be kitschig blog
Garden Gnome Memorial
Garden Gnome in the Park Memorial
Featured Sweet Kitsch  by Linda

Bill must’ve been a very lovely (grand)father.

In Loving Memory of our Grandfather

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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Have a Happy Hump Day!

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10 thoughts on “Featured: Sweet Kitsch by Linda

  1. 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.

    1. 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?

      1. 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.

      2. 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

  2. “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.

    1. 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!

      1. 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. 🙂

      2. 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?

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