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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Anecdotes & Quotations
  • Language:English
  • Pages:66
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781098379681

In Lieu of Flowers Send Nudes

Tweets by Sean Johnson

by Sean Johnson

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Overview
"In Lieu of Flowers Send Nudes" is a collection of humorous tweets from Sean Johnson, who passed away at age 22 on August 6, 2020. This book has been put together to honor Sean, a beautiful soul, who will remain forever in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers.
Description
"In Lieu of Flowers Send Nudes" is a collection of humorous tweets from Sean Johnson, who passed away at age 22 on August 6, 2020. This book has been put together to honor Sean, a beautiful soul, who will remain forever in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers. Sean, the youngest of three siblings, was genuinely loved by his family and friends. He was a quiet, kind, humble, intelligent, and charming young man with keen observational skills, which he used to entertain others with clever remarks when cheer was least expected, but most needed. He had the ability to see the amusing side of things at just the right moment to lift the spirits of those around him. He had hoped to become a comedian so that he could make people laugh. The day of Sean's funeral, his friends spoke of his humorous Twitter accounts that documented some of these clever remarks for the world to read. Some of his tweets have been pulled together to make this book. Friends and cousins of Sean donated their time and creative skills to provide illustrations of their interpretations of some of his tweets throughout the book.
About the author
The beloved son of Dr. Maureen Hackeling Johnson and Dr. William Carlyle Johnson, Sean was born in Raleigh and grew up in Cary, North Carolina with his parents and two older sisters, Breanna and Maura, whom he treasured and loved dearly. Sean attended Highcroft Elementary, Salem and Mills Park Middle Schools, and Panther Creek High School. For college, he completed coursework at North Carolina State University and Wake Technical Community College, where he was pursuing a degree in cybersecurity. He worked as a lifeguard, pizza delivery driver and computer programmer. Sean had a brilliant mind and a wide range of interests. He had a great appreciation for music, art, history and politics, auto repair, and he recently found new passions in disc golf, cooking, and unicycle riding. Through each of his jobs and interests, he cultivated a network of close friends who loved him for his warmth, loyalty, kindness, and wonderful sense of humor. Many of his friends have told us that Sean was their best friend, and we know that Sean considered each of them to be his best friend as well. Sean is remembered by all as a kind, sensitive, and caring person whose compassion for others was influenced by his own struggles. He had a deep empathy for those who were misunderstood, lonely, or who faced discrimination, including those impacted by mental illness and addiction. He found relief and joy through close friendships and humor, and often said that his one goal in life was to be happy and to make others happy. In that goal, he truly succeeded.
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