Let us not forget those who came before us - Their lives, however long or brief, touch us all in so many ways
Let us learn from those who came before us - Their experiences, however exciting or mundane, have shaped our world today
Let us honour those who came before us - Their legacy, however great or small, is ours to carry forward
A novel idea for those who don’t quite understand the concept of politeness: Why don’t you bottle it until such time as your name appears in the heading of one of these pages? Then those of us who can still hear you Can ignore you for a while longer
Get a life! Quit bugging me! Hmmmmmm..... Boring! So last year! Try these - Oops! I'll fix that! Good idea! Consider it done! Thank you! These, if accompanied by the appropriate actions, are sure to wake the dead. (Or at least it'll let the dead be found.) Try it - you will be amazed at the results.
I send edit requests based on the one or more of the following criteria: Findagrave Guidelines (consider them “rules”) Information available in the posted picture(s) The English/German language common practices Personal research (yes, I do have sources) If my edit request doesn’t seem correct, please check the above-listed points before declining the request. If, after this, you still feel the need to decline the request, a polite explanation would be appreciated. Thank you.
Bear this in mind; What goes on the web is there, somewhere, for ever, for whoever chooses to find it. So, if you choose to be rude to me, you may indeed upset me for a short while But the whole world (and possibly your grandchildren) will know you for the sad bunnie you seem to be. Do you really want to risk that sort of immortality?
Yes – I send out edit requests Yes – I send out thousands of edit requests Maybe I sent one to you Maybe I sent dozens to you Thank you for making the change Thank you for making all the changes But – If I sent you a handful of the same corrections This is where you stop and think "There's a distinct possibility that I uploaded quite a few more like these - Maybe I should take a while and check my data and fix the rest so that my hard work is not floating in cyberspace where it can't be found!" To which my answer would be "Bless your cotton socks – thank you!"
My Last FindAGrave Will and Testament!
If I die before I wake I beg my spouse these pages to take To lovingly tend through thick and thin And safely keep the memories therein But if my spouse should groan in pain I trust my sproggs will take the rein There's cousin Pat - She'll help because They're nice like that down there in Oz
To all you budding gravers out there Keep up the good work and don't despair Remember your efforts are always appreciated Even when thanks is thinly reciprocated Bear in mind my efforts at poetry stink But the message is clear I hopefully think A d'base is only as good as the input So for goodness sake check on your spelling! Please!
I don't think for a moment this ditty'll inspire And I'm sure I'll upset somebody and irk their ire But I've worked hard on this project for many long years I'm proud of my efforts and may you all hear Once upon a time this Brit did her bit! (But her poetry never improved!)
These words of wisdom are Adrienne originals.
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