Cousin Kat (Kathleen) was proud of being “conservative.” To the rest of us, it looked a lot like stingy. When it looked like her mama might be considering dying, it just so happened, Dan Walter’s Funeral Home and Monument Company was going out of business. She talked him down till she got a real nice headstone for Mama and a beautiful double headstone for her husband Grover and herself. Now, as much as she paid for that headstone, she meant to get some enjoyment out of it while she lived. She had the men inscribe it with both hers and Grover’s birth dates and deliver it to her home. She set it up in her bedroom at the foot of her bed, where she could admire it. She brought all her guests in to see it, enjoying it to the maximum. Grover was a spoil sport. He said it gave him the creeps, waking up during the night to see that thing staring at him. He moved it to the cellar, putting Cousin Kat to the trouble of taking her guests there to admire it. He died in a couple of years taking the nice stone to the cemetery with him. All her company still had to go see it, but now it involved a nice little walk up the hill to the cemetery.