11 Sep '11, 8am

Whose names should be in the obit - the mistress' or the wife's? Obituaries in this town-or anywhere else for that matte

Whose names should be in the obit - the mistress' or the wife's? Obituaries in this town-or anywhere else for that matte

Lunch, or it could be dinner, merienda, or Botox high tea. Whatever and wherever two or more women (or gays) gather, and we happen to be there and catch the zeitgeist. (Ok, gossip.) That is what the Ladies Who Lunch column is. "She's not in the obit?!" exclaimed our lunchmate, looking up from the text message. "That's not right," she added. "She's still the legal wife." Obviously she was talking about an obituary-just out that morning in the dailies-of a family patriarch. The list of the names of the children and their spouses, and of the grandchildren, omitted one name-that of one son's wife. The couple had just split up. And the son has been and still is with another woman. Obituaries in this town-or anywhere else for that matter-make an interesting barometer of society, especially high society. They tell you-in between the lines, sometimes-the state of a family/clan's w...

Full article: http://www.divaasia.com/article/14388

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