The End

If the world was to end tomorrow, what would you do and how would you spend your last twenty-four hours?

Hopefully, I would spend it with my wonderful family members  . . . all of them together.

During the last half-hour of those twenty-four I would eat fried shrimp!

Other things I’d enjoy doing, given the opportunity, would be to hold a baby, pet a kitten, pick a flower, watch a bird, see a summer sky and feel the sun on my face.

What would you like to do in your last twenty-four hours on this earth?

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“If you die in an elevator, be sure to push the Up button.” Sam Levenson

 

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7 Comments

  1. Agree with your suggestions. One silly one that I might add is if I were in the middle of a good book, I would finish it. I wouldn’t eat shrimp but probably lots of macaroni and cheese.

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  2. What food for thought! I would definitely spend time with family and friends, would laugh, listen to Classical Music, look out at the things blooming, like my azalea (finally), listen to the bird chirping, and be grateful for making it this far, thanks to the excellent care of medical personnel throughout my life..

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  3. I found this very thought provoking Sue..
    In addition to spending time with my wonderful family in real life or virtually. I’d like to immerse myself In nature, watching tree branches swaying in the wind – walking along a beach and gazing at the sea. Find a Kingfisher by a babbling brook, although I’m always looking and haven’t seen one for many years .. the chances of that are slim!

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