Ever think about what folks might say about you after you, you know, shuffle off this mortal coil?

Hopefully, friends and family will remember you more fondly than the sons of a certain woman in Minnesota who passed on last month. (As reported by the Fargo Forum)

The obit starts unassumingly enough: giving birth and marriage dates of the woman.

In the third paragraph, the obit notes the birth of her two sons. That's where things get a little weird.

The fourth paragraph reads: "She abandoned her children...who were then raised by her parents."

Then, "She passed away on May 31...and will now face judgement. She will not be missed by [her children] and they understand that this world is a better place without her."

The Forum made an attempt to contact the grown children for a comment, without success. Perhaps that is just as well.

While it's not that unusual for obituaries to disclose heretofore "discrete" information (as when revealing that the deceased was gay), it's rare to see this kind of, uh, "honesty."

Your thoughts encouraged...