…there’s always the afterlife.
I thought this was an appropriate image for the Day of the Dead. In Mexico there is a tradition of making dioramas of skeletons doing everyday activities as part of celebrating the Day of the Dead. I once saw one depicting a skeleton getting dental work (with skeleton dentist and nurse), which is obviously more important for maintaining a nice appearance than for those of us with faces. It is not considered macabre or morbid, but a light-hearted way to deal with mortality and to feel like those who have passed are still with us. This sculpture comes from an exhibition of 21 bronze skeletons engaged in various pastimes, some ordinary (and earthy) and others mythical. Click on the image to see the rest of the exhibition. An artist bio (in Spanish) is here.