At her funeral, a woman in Texas gave her family and friends a funny card that said, “Stay in touch” and had a picture of an Ouija board.

A death notice for Jo Marie Perryman was published in the Andrews County News on Wednesday, October 12.

Despite this, Jo Marie did not let her terminal illness make her lose her sense of humor.




The grandmother planned for her funeral to be on October 18, and she had cards made to remind people that she was not that far away.

On the card that was given out, there was a picture of the grandmother. In the photo, her tongue and what looks like her two middle fingers are sticking out.

Along with the photo, there is a note that says, “let’s keep in touch.” It is placed right above where a small Ouija board decal has been stuck.

The picture of the card that has since gone viral on Twitter was first posted by Jo’s granddaughter, Gracie Perryman. She did this so that everyone could hear how funny her grandmother’s idea was.

‘Received this at my grandmas funeral. What an icon,’ the granddaughter said.

The tweet itself was very popular on the social media app, and it got a total of 659,000 likes in the first three days after it was posted.

The card has been retweeted by more than 65,000 people, and another 5,000 people have quoted and tweeted it.

Jo Marie quickly became known as “a legend” on the social media app because of her funny ideas. Thousands of strangers told her how funny she was.

‘I am so sorry for your loss. However, this is the stuff of LEGENDS! And now, you have it to look at whenever you feel down,’ one person responded.

‘This is amazing… I am going to do this when I die in honor of your badass grandma! May she rest in peace,’ said another.

It also made a lot of people want to talk about how their own loved ones had helped them through hard times with humor and hope.

‘The last time I got to talk to my best friend, before ovarian cancer took her, I asked her to send me a postcard from her next adventure. I get little signs every once and awhile. It’s a nice thing so this just make the messaging easier. Brilliant,’ one Twitter user wrote.

Another woman posted a picture of the funeral card for her own father online. She had hidden it behind a pair of costume glasses with a mustache on them.

‘Received these at my dads, she wrote.

In a post on Tuesday, Litina Griffin, who is Jo’ Marie’s niece, said that she made the cards. She wrote in the post that she couldn’t disappoint her aunt on such an important day.

‘When Aunt Jodie Perryman asks for this in her final days, I couldn’t disappoint,’ Griffin wrote in a post.

‘Everyone at the funeral got one of these in an envelope marked ‘from Jodie,” the woman said.

In her Facebook status update, she also showed a screenshot of Jo’s post, better known as Jodie. In the post, Jo said that everyone who came to her funeral should get an Ouija board with the message written on it.

‘I miss her already,’ Griffin wrote. ‘And apparently now she is famous.’

Before the story came out, a source tried to get in touch with the relative but did not hear back from them.

Even Jo Marie’s own obituary talked about how happy she was and how funny she was.

‘She had a quick wit and a clever sense of humor which kept everyone who knew her on their toes. lt was rare to win a battle of wits with her,’ Jo Marie’s obit said.

In addition to having a great sense of humor, she was known for putting a lot of love into everything she did.

The woman from Texas had a lot of different interests. She liked to read books by Stephen King and Dean Koontz. She also liked to make crafts, sew, and make holiday decorations with the people she cared about.

Jo Marie was known for her chicken enchiladas, burritos, fried chicken, and Christmas candies. She really liked cooking a lot.

She liked to play video games, and when it came to beating her kids, she was known to “give them a run for their money.”

People who cared the most about her say that the things they will remember most about her are her best qualities.

‘She was always easy to talk to, and her heart of gold made her home a place anyone could feel comfortable in,’ the obit read. ‘She will be remembered as a strong, loving, compassionate, and understanding woman.;

The mother and grandmother’s funeral service was live-streamed, and during the service, people talked about the amazing life she had led.

The funny woman also asked anyone who might want to send flowers or make a donation in honor of the person who had died to do so.

‘Memorial donations in Jodie’s name can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,’ her obituary read.

Jo Marie will be remembered by her three children, seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.