AUTHOR: Laura TITLE: my last will and testament DATE: 7/10/2006 11:05:00 AM ----- BODY:
The Quilters Last Will & Testament* Being of sound mind (a statement which does not bear close examination), I Laura Walker, do hereby record my last will and testament. Knowing that Jermaine Johnson, my amazing yet nonquilter boyfriend, which collection is suitably deposited in sundry places for safe keeping. Knowing also that Jermaine has already notified the local dumpster to pick up and dispose of the before-mentioned collection "willy-nilly" (the thought of which causes me a most severe case of hives). Therefore, I do will this collection and all other collections related to it, to my dear friend and fellow fabric preservationist, Dianne Anderson. It is my wish that she/he, upon hearing of my death and obtaining clear proof that I did not manage, although goodness knows I tried, to take it with me, would come to my home post haste, before the dumpster, and search out my collection which is similarly stored at her own abode. That she should rescue said collection and stack it in my quilting studio, along with my sewing machines, frames, old buttons, lace, patterns, quilts, works in progress. After she/he has done this, she/he should purchase refreshments for my friends not yet departed, which friends are also her/his friends, and every last one shall be in that room and they shall hold a wake and say lovely and kind things about me until they run out and then they shall divide amongst themselves, by lot, my wonderful collection. I shall be hovering over that very spot until this is done. Dianne shall then quit this spot and close the door, leaving trivialities to those who do not understand. This is my wish on the matter. Signed: Laura Walker Date: July 10, 2006 Notarized:Layla Walker, in the form of paw prints Luna Johnson, in the form of paw prints Date: July 10, 2006 This is not a legal document