Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Beware the Ides of March -Blogfest


In honor of the dramatic soothsayer who warned Caesar to "Beware the Ides of March!" today is also the day of the Delusional Doom Blogfest hosted by Hart Johnson of the blog Confessions of a Watery Tart. Here's the idea:
You can do ANY (or all) of the following:

Predict your own death
Predict someone ELSES death 
Write your own obituary
Write someone ELSES obituary
Plot a murder of someone sorely asking for it, step by step
I'm choosing to Write someone ELSES obituary since I'm feeling a bit morbid about taking part in this pre-scheduled blogfest with all the events occurring in Japan

After locating and rescuing all 10,000 people missing after the Tsumani and earthquake struck the island of Japan on March 12, 2011, Ima Survivor was laid to rest. Courageous and selfless, Ima gave her life countless times in service to others, and died doing what God called her to do. Ima floated out to sea after heaving the final lost soul on the beach, with a smile on her face. Ima died of natural causes, after all the good was finally used up.
Rest In Peace, Ima Survivor.


13 comments:

  1. Aww...I admit to getting a little choked up :-)

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  2. I wish it so...
    happy blog fest - I'm late to the party but hey.
    Jan Morrison

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  3. "Awww" is right. Nicely appropriate.

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  4. Sad, indeed. And the news out of Japan keeps getting worse.

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  5. Oh, if only it could be. Wonderful sentiments! Thank you for participating!

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  6. Beautiful post. I just hopped of the Tuesday train for a visit.
    The pictures out of Japan are heart wrenching but they have shown such inspirational stories of their people. Last night I saw the 70 + couple who were cleaning out their home. The people are not blaming, or waiting for handouts..they are doing what needs to be done! I admire their fortitude!

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  7. What a nice sentiment, I only wish it were so.

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  8. "Ima died of natural causes, after all the good was finally used up." I love this!

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  9. That so moving. What a fitting tribute to the people of Japan.

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