Coolest Woman Leaves A Hilariously Inspiring Post To Facebook After She Dies


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There are a few things I want to happen when I die. I want every boy who ever loved me to arrive, sob on my coffin, and say losing me was the worst thing that ever happened to him. I want to be dressed in an outrageous dance costume that makes everyone somewhat uncomfortable, and I want all of my guests to get really, really drunk.

One woman who recently passed away had the same idea. Because sometimes life really stinks, and shitty things happen to great people, Heather McManamy, a 36-year-old mother from Wisconsin, passed away this week to due cancer. Which really, really sucks. But do you know what doesn’t suck? The amazing letter she left to her family and friends. Her husband posted it to Facebook, and it’s quickly going viral. Read below and you’ll see why. But before you do, grab some tissues. You’ll need them.

Hello all,I am posting this on behalf of the love of my life. These are her words. Much love to all. – Jeff…

Posted by Heather McManamy on Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Anyone else feel sad and happy and depressed and inspired? Ugh. Same. According to Fox, her husband will be publishing a book she wrote with the title: Cards for Brianna: A Lifetime of Lessons and Love from a Dying Mother to Her Daughter. It just goes to show, even after death, the best can still go viral.

[via Fox]

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