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My concern with gendering, such as it is, Tombstone Forgive me if I don’t shake hand shirt is in the day to day and here and now. Generally, I don’t have such issues given my appearance and not even on the phone much as my voice has gotten better. But when old friends slip up, and they do, I forgive them and let it pass. They are my friends, are they not? More important than a pronoun. For the dead, unless they specifically left wishes for a funeral, it means nothing, however, for the living who have been left behind, it can be enormously impactful.
Not having a funeral or a viewing of some Tombstone Forgive me if I don’t shake hand shirt kind made closure very difficult for me, and it wasn’t until another 15 years that I finally found and visited his grave. While I had long since moved on emotionally, or so I thought, the cold banality of seeing his grave was profoundly anti-climactic. While I had somehow expected a dramatic moment, seeing his name etched on a tombstone, his grave had none. In fact, I had to clear away dirt from the number markers of a few adjacent graves before I could be sure I was standing over his unmarked grave.