I would call all my loved ones, friends and have a lot of Sex. Shame on me.
Clean the house! It's something I picked up off Marge Simpson.
Not sure, for me not the right time as it's a bit somber here as had to tell my class about the little boy in Grade 2 who died this weekend in a car crash, just an hour ago. His class teacher is beside herself worrying whether or not she remembered to say goodbye to him at the end of his last school day. So, guess that if you know you are going to die, don't forget to say goodbye to people who have been a part of your life. That's probably more important than going out with a bang, as when you're gone those people won't have closure and will be stressing about their last words to you.
Hmm i would.. forgive everyone..
Would do something good, so that people me remember me for a long long time..
And ya I would recommend everyone to visit my hubpage profile.. If not me, atleast my profile will live for ever.. And even My earnings..
(Oh... Damn This Business Mind)
True CV... realities of life are tougher than a theoretical question sorry to hear you are going thru a rough time. Hugs.
If I am near a computer and can write, I would write an email to everyone that I love, family and friends, and tell them that I love them; the written word would be a source of strength for those I know would miss me!
Go to the toilet. I don't want to be caught in my own mess
Cindy: Sorry to hear this! I's very sad, the death of a child, it seems so unnatural, and its not something one gets over, we learn to live with it, but that subtle pain always remains. You are so right, the last words, the closure is important. When my teenage nephew was dying in the emergency room, he told his Mom over and over again, "I love you, Mom" and kissed her hands, and did the same to his best friend who was standing next to his Mom. That loving good-bye has been a source of strength for us all.
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