I do have only one day left to live.
My last day will start in about 9 hours from now.
I will rise at seven a.m., shower, shave, and eat a breakfast of two eggs, toast, bacon, juice, and coffee.
I will then take a few breaths and thank a higher power
for the ability to do so.
Then, even at almost 70 years of age, I will try to find a piece of
work to do for the day. If there's money in it, that's fine. If not, that
is okay too.
I don't want to bore you further with my last day details, let's just say I will keep going and try to use all the hours for benefit of myself and hopefully others.
At the end of the day, I will come home, eat and go to bed.
If I wake up for another day, I will do the same thing.
You see, as a cancer survivor, every day is potentially my last day
and I treat it so....and I appreciate it so.