posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 08:44 AM
Definitely think it was the mother. But that's all between them, they seem to be pretty level headed and taking it the way it was intended.
As for people keeping social network profiles alive after a person has moved on, that's all down the people involved, who is anyone else to say how
someone should behave?
Why is it any different to a wife keeping her husbands clothes in the wardrobe, or someone keeping a phone so they can hear their voice in the
Are you really going to tell me that if you had the voice of someone you love on a recording you wouldn't want to keep it in the future when they've
passed on? If you say you'd delete it I think you're a liar!
It's Human nature to miss people, so why is it such a problem to have these things laying around as reminders of the person you loved?