Charles Cowling

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Jonathan
Jonathan
10 years ago

And how about that voice mail message from the deceased, taking up space on your memory?

Charles Cowling
10 years ago

There’s all the difference between striking out and leaving behind, perhaps? (Yorkshire people do it to save the ink.)More a moving on that a sundering, anyway. Hmnn…

X.Piry
10 years ago

From personal experience, it’s been more a case of never crossing out the deceased (electronically or actually), but when the next address book comes along, I haven’t put them into the new one, or phone, etc.

A metaphor for life moving on without them? Or just saving a bit of ink?

gloria mundi
10 years ago

Yup, mobile phone or good old-fashioned address book, deletion gives one a nasty little lurch – but maybe that’s all necessary and good, in due course? Or, if it feels right, why not leave it there as a little memorial, an occasional calling to mind?