Wednesday, January 23, 2008

I Wonder What They'll Say About Me When I'm Gone...

Wicked M, 99, died happily of extreme candy and Cheetos consumption at her beach home on Tuesday. Her husband, Superman, 102, was found holding her hand and lying next to her. It appears that Superman died from excessive knowledge of absolutely everything. It has been told that Superman always knew he would pass away at the age of 102 and that Wicked M vowed to never live a day without him.

Wicked M lived life to its fullest. Her enthusiasm for life was storied and unmatched. She was married to Superman for seventy years and they spent those years traveling the world in search of a Mexican restaurant that could beat On The Border's extensive menu and hot salsa. After a battle with infertility in the first decade of their marriage, Wicked M and Superman eventually welcomed four children. Those children are now best known as a world-famous photographer, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, an NFL quarterback, and an elementary school teacher. Wicked M often said that her children were her greatest accomplishment.

In her late thirties, Wicked M began a successful photography studio and is best known for her famed permanent collection at the Annie Leibovitz Gallery in New York City. Wicked M enjoyed photographing people, places and things and loved to capture the little moments in life. She was well aware that, after all, we are all only here for a brief time.

5 comments:

MSO Rin said...

Did you hear that there's a petition circulating to rename On the Border "M&M's Wicked Hot Salsa Shack"? I plan to vote for it in the primaries.

The obits editor forgot to mention when Sarah Jessica Parker thanked Wicked M for being her biggest fan--I think it was during SJP's Oscar speech in 2009 ...

glove said...

I am so glad to see that the Wonder Women are so long lived! And we all have long and happy marriages. Good for us.

super jane said...

rin, you crack my sh*t up!

super jane said...

wicked - i'm loving the candy and cheetos overdose. to me, that is the perfect way to go!

glove said...

Isn't it crazy that both our kids won the nobel peace prize??