Monday, August 13, 2007

The King Is Gone, but He's Not Forgotten

John at Transylvanian Dutch had help deciphering an old family joke from the tombstone of his great-grandmother's father.

Whenever you invoked his Hebrew name, Moshe Leyb, you were always supposed to follow it with, "the King". She never explained why.
We left it as a quirky inside joke we would probably never understand completely.

And then I found his tombstone, and discovered the answer was written on it.

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