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Chicago woman gives life lessons and advice in her self-written obituary




Stacy Lois Oliver went for a heavenly traverse on October 4 and in her self-written obituary, she has described what life is and how it has to be loved because one never knows when the time would come to bid adieu.

Her close aide also said that she knew that her disease doesn’t have a cure and after learning about the same from doctors, she decided to pen down the life lessons and feelings on a piece of paper. 

She wrote, “I’m not telling you what to do, but I am telling you what to do. Stop worrying about your weight, go live, be, do. Smile, people don’t get to feel them enough. If you want to do it, give something a try, try it, taste it, go there. Take it from me, I’m dead. Eat the Danish, go to the show, laugh out loud. Love one another and you’ll never know what you’ll find.” 

Apparently, Stacy wrote about her friends and family but, she often talked about her husband in her writings and appreciated their relationship. She wrote, “He’s kind, likes a pun, has a super-distinctive laugh (he gets his giggle on every morning watching funny shows), and is so handsome (he grew his beard for me before we were married and always kept it). He’d take me anywhere I wanted to go and went to all the events I planned. I was real with him and forever grateful that he shared his life with me.” 


A coder by profession, Patricia has always had a keen interest towards the technology world. At present she is a writer for USA Reformer and covers all the latest advancements in the world of technology.

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