She gave her kids frozen sandwiches and overcooked every meal. Her obituary was brutally honest… and hilarious!
Nobody likes to think about death and dying, but at some time or another we've all probably wondered what people would say about us at our funeral or write about us in our obituary. When Mary Patricia "Pat" Stocks from Toronto, Canada knew the end was near, she too started thinking about these things and knew exactly what she didn't want: a dreary, depressing obituary or a sad and somber funeral. And when she passed away recently at the age of 94, her son kept this wish in mind when he came up with some very choice words to pay his last respects to his mother.