If you could spend the day with anyone in the world, deceased or living, who would it be?
there are two people who i would spend time with besides my son who is with me 24/7. Firstly my mom, who will cook me her delicious dishes and offer sound advice, secondly my hubby who will serve me everything possible need i say more, lol!
My grandparents. They died about 6 years ago, but I miss them a lot. They made my difficulty childhood better. I remember many of my Sunday afternoons with them. Sundays were my favorite days of the week because we got to go over there.
I think it would be better to spend the day with someone who is living, otherwise the conversation would be a little one-sided. I would say someone funny, like Jo Brand, Stephen Fry or Victoria Wood. Failing the living being available, I would say Margaret Rutherford.
Since you said "spend the day" and not "spend your last day," I will not answer with the obvious. I would say, I would spend the day with Jesus, and learn. It may sound crazy, but hey, it's an honest answer I am not afraid of.
Francois Rabelais . . . and I'd like to spend that day back in time around 1540 instead of 2011 . . . what an interesting conversationalist he must have been!
Charlotte Bronte, who is my major role model in both writing and life and who I feel would have understood me.
My mother. Not sure if she is deceased but she has been missing since 1991 and was never found. I have 6 siblings and the only one of the 7 not sure of my father I never met. So the few good memories I have and a small portion may have been fabricated to fit in with others over the years. So yes my MOTHER if you are reading this I LOVE YOU.
I'd love to be able to spend a day talking with Jesus Christ.
Oscar Wilde. I'd want to ask him about his life and try to pick up on his ability to come up with witty quips for any occasion.
by pmccray 7 years ago
Anyone as unhappy as I am with HP new regime? I spend more time editing and deleting.
by Gail Sobotkin 6 years ago
If you could spend one more day with a deceased loved one who would it be?What would you do with them? What would you say? Please be specific and give reasons why you would want to see this particular loved one again. Is there unfinished business with them? Did you miss the opportunity to say...
by kmackey32 8 years ago
In the state of PA, if one has a teenager who is 16, a minor, can they give there baby up for adoption without there parents consent and can the grandparent take custody so the baby isnt adopted out?
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