Monday, October 24, 2011

Energy Obituary

Brigid's Energy departed from this earth June 2009. Energy was a lifelong resident of Brigid's body starting June 1975. Brigid's Energy impacted many lives fueling several of Brigid's team sports. Energy made playing basketball, softball, soccer, Irish step dancing, and running track enjoyable. Energy opened the door for Brigid to meet her soul mate at a late night party up at UCONN. After several years of marriage Brigid's Energy was spent on her growing family. Energy allowed Brigid to attend her daughter's concerts at school, her theater productions, her soccer games, dates with her husband, and family vacations with ease.  Energy was a contributing member to society giving Brigid that push she needed to go to school and become a successful massage therapist and pharmacy technician. Energy leaves behind Brigid, her husband Joe, and their 8 year old daughter.  Energy will also be missed by many of Brigid's family and friends. There will be no calling hours and memorial services will be at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers please offer your taxi, babysitting, cleaning, or cooking services to the family.

9 comments:

  1. OK...I did laugh at this :-) And I can soooo relate. Can I also have donations made to a cleaning service on behalf of the death of my energy. Loved this post...very clever.

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  2. I wish I could properly explain the lack of energy I have most days. I know to some I seem lazy but the truth is, at times, all I can do is lay down! I know you understand! :)

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  3. I think we should alert the media - there's obviously some sort of energy genocide happening. OOh! I have a theory! It's part of an alien conspiracy - I can hear them plotting now ... "weaken the women - rule the Earth mwahaha!!" Or have I been watching too many movies lately?

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  4. Loved it! I went to UCONN too.

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  5. Loved this! Unfortunately, it also describes the day I'm having today. :-( P.S. I'm also a redheaded Irish dancer! (Or at least I used to dance...)

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  6. P.S. Don't know what's up with the Google settings... my name on the last post should have read "Remicade Dream," which is the name of my blog!

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  7. Fanstastic writing....love how you expressed it...
    Keep writing! ~ Healing hugs, Alicia

    www.meempoweredvsra-alicia.blogspot.com

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