Two men were golfing, and the fairway of the hole they were playing was adjacent to a road. The first man was setting up for his swing, when a funeral procession went by on the road.
He stopped, faced the procession for a moment, then bowed his head in prayer as the hearse passed by.
Only when the procession had passed out of view did he resume playing, driving his ball to the green.
As they were walking toward the green, the second man said, “That was a touching show of respect for the the deceased back there. I had no idea you were so sentimental.”
The first man shrugged and said, “It’s the least I could do. I was married to her for thirty years.”