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Thoughts on Dying

I’m not afraid of dying.  Though I have never liked the end of the story is an unknown.

Even if you have a disease, you get a range of time the end may happen.

I don’t like the idea of leaving unfinished business.  But that happens sometimes.  Especially in the case of accidents. People are drying crazier than I’ve ever seen.

Approximately half my loved ones have passed on and half are still here.  It is strange being in the middle.

I don’t know that I can say that I’ve figured out why I’m here.  I get glimpses.

If you asked me right now what is most important, it is relationships.  Others are the only thing you get to have on the other side of the veil.  No stuff.  You leave all your stuff behind.

And this thought is really helping me de-clutter as I prepare for my son and his family to live with us until they get established .

Some stuff I have had for a long time.  Haven’t done anything with it and yet still kinda hard to let go.

Won’t have a choice when I’m dead. So I think I’ll try it now.

Call Me, Anytime

It’s really nice when people tell you that you can call them at anytime. It shows they care.  But I’m not going to do it.  For a number of reasons.

I don’t remember who all said I could.

I’m up but I don’t want to talk or have much to say.

Just because my sleep schedule is messed up doesn’t mean I want to mess up your sleep schedule.

I believe middle of the night calls should be reserved for emergencies.  I’m not having one and it wouldn’t be nice to get your adrenaline flowing.

So I’ll piddle around the computer, house or play some music and then go back to sleep.

I do appreciate the offer though.