If I die tomorrow, I want to know that I had a full life.
I want to know that I embraced the happy moments.
That I said ‘I love you’ every chance I got.
That my child will grow up feeling loved by his mommy.
That my husband will go through life knowing he was the greatest husband I could have ever asked for.
That I made a difference in just one person’s life.
That my family remembers me as a joyful person.
And that I took advantage of every opportunity I had to be silly.
If I die tomorrow, I want to go out with a bang.
Therefore, here is what’s on my agenda tonight as I wait for the hubs to come home from a late evening at work.
I’ve never been hang gliding.
I’ve never fed starving children in Africa.
I’ve never danced on Broadway.
I’ve never sang my heart out in front of a crowd of thousands.
I’ve never ridden a bull, robbed a bank or eaten a banana while standing on my head, listening to Enrique Iglesias.
But, if I die tomorrow, at least I can say that today I woke up next to the love of my life, I spent a great day with great friends, I kissed my little boy at least 1,000 times, I ate three meals in my beautiful home that I don’t deserve, I got to Skype with my mom and joke on the computer with my sister, and planted an adventure that’s sure to lead to some epic giggling.
Have you giggled today?
Two nerf guns and a good hiding spot might do the trick!