Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Thursday's Question

 
 
 
Dig deep!
 
If you knew you were going to die tomorrow,
 
What would you do today??

23 comments:

  1. Good question! I would want to live in ways to glorify God.

    betty

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    1. That would be a great thing to do wouldn't it Betty!

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  2. Hi Paula - not what I'm going to do .. which is head for London - but I've no idea ... it's a difficult thought ... and not a cheery one - Hilary

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    1. Now I think heading to London would be a great thing to do!! LOL!

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  3. surround myself with loved ones, celebrate the life I had lived.

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  4. Open a good bottle of bourbon, grab a good cigar and laugh at that banker that has taken so long

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  5. Just when I decided I have thought too much about death lately, here comes your quesiton. Hug my dogs, probably. I have to tell you though that it feels so great to be working towards having everything set up for when that day comes, everything in order, little left behind.

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    1. I'm sorry Inger. I know what you mean!

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  6. Wow ... I've been mulling this over all morning! In all seriousness (and no particular order) -- I'd indulge in a big platter of Eggs Bubba, buy a pack of Parliament Lights and a bottle of Kamora, and hop a jet to Alabama to spend Quality Time with my son.

    PS - I'm also wrestling with the idea of writing a letter to my boss, telling her how I REALLY feel and she ca'nt hurt me anymore ... but that doesn't sound very Christian-like, does it?

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    1. Now that is my kind of planning. And I think letting your boss know how you really feel is a good plan. God won't mind. Really!!

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  7. I would spend it with the ones I loved and make the day worth while. Maybe go somewhere with them like Disney world. Just have fun and live the moment. Have a great day.

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  8. I wouldn't be here at school. That's for sure. I don't know what I'd be doing, though.

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  9. I would tell everyone I love that I love them and what they've meant to me.

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  10. I would record myself reading a specific story to my granddaughter and then I would record myself singing the song that we sang together when I allowed her to sing her bedtime prayers.

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    1. This is the best response ever. That is such a good idea. We should make the time to do that for our grandkids right now! I most regret not having more recordings of Richard's voice.

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  11. I try to live each day as if it were my last so I guess I wouldn't do anything different.

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    1. You are very lucky if you can do that Wendy! I wish I could.

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