30 Day Challenge-Day 16. If the world were to end tomorrow…

If the world were to end tomorrow, what would you do with your remaining time on earth?

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I would let go of all the extraneous stuff we fool ourselves into thinking are important. You know, stuff on the to-do list that we panic about accomplishing. Stuff like remembering to pick up bread, file your nails and shoot off an email. The world wont end if we don’t do this stuff. I would fire up my car and seek out my local friends. I would tell them all how much I love them and what a difference they made to my life. I would send messages to friends far and wide (no phone calls as that would take far too long out of the day). I would eat fairy bread with my daughter, then we would play board games. We would go to Lush and fill up a basket, then I would buy her the most beautiful dress and shoes. I would celebrate that I don’t have to do any housework by opening a bottle of 1907 Heidsieck. I would relish the sound of the cork popping, and drink it slowly. I wouldn’t have any regrets. It has been quite a ride, this life. I wouldn’t have missed it for quids. Ironically, I would probably have the best slumber of my life, knowing that I did the best I could.

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