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Friday Five questions - "Moment of Death" 
12th-May-2006 10:47 pm
Grave Lying
Questions I've entitled "Moment of Death" from thefridayfive

If you knew you were going to die on a specific day at a specific time, what's...

1. the last song you would listen to?
I'm thinking it's my current "this is me" mournful song - "November" - Azure Ray

2. book you would read?
"Angels & Demons" by Dan Brown cause it's unlikely I'll pick up a book and that's the one I'm stuck on reading. ALTHOUGH if I had to chose and wanted to quickly read something I loved - "Pet Semetary" by Stephen King

3. person you would talk to?
original_lie cause that's the way it always is - and she's the first person I run to in a crisis. Mind you I wouldn't be surprised if it ended up being my mother since she's in my life like 24/7.

4. food you would eat?

5. goal you would accomplish?
It would be likely that I would write something, more than likely it would be a completed Wy/B ficlet. Things I would like to have happen but I'm being very dismal right now and thinking they won't - having a book (with a decent story I wrote) published and having a family (ie. guy + kids) that I adore.
13th-May-2006 03:22 am (UTC)
Awww! *hugs* I have a feeling you'll get your wish with the book and the family, I know it's hard to wait sometimes. I hope we can talk sometime this weekend.
13th-May-2006 12:07 pm (UTC)
Thank you Julie *hugz* I hope you're right.

It is hard to wait. But I'm starting to find that all the really good things usually come up and slap you in the face, totally taking you by surprise. And you become so very grateful for them. Life has proven far too often to me that there are always forces working outside your control, and once it's fated to happen it will.

I just wish I knew a little more. And I think I'm scared that I'm not going to recognise the opportunity when it does come along, or that opportunity won't recognise me. It's tough being afraid of the unknown.
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