21. My dogs. I can’t imagine leaving them behind.
22. Watching sunrises with a hot cup of tea. Singing my favorite songs in a place with good acoustics. Using really soft yarn to knit something nice for someone. Calling a friend and hearing the joy in their voice when they realize it’s me. Snow days. Making mores at a bonfire. It’s all the little things. I hope you can find all the little things you love in life. There are so many! Please be safe, friend!
23. Bc, I’m the fastest sperm.
24. I don’t, a lot of the time.
25. I don’t just don’t want parents to be sad.
26. I’ve got a lot to do and I’m starting to build the future I always wanted.
27. I love my friends.
I legit do not know what I’ll be without them
Or them without me
You guys are loved yall.
28. Food And Shrek.
29. There’s an old man I sometimes visit who can talk your ear off for hours on end. You’ll sit down with him, and he’ll start to unload his stories, one after the other, of his old friends, his years in the radio industry, and his misadventures chasing women. Once, half-way through his usual ramble, he stopped, turned to me, and said “you know what? Life is fun. And it stinks to know that I’m getting close to the end because the whole thing’s just been so damned fun.”
That’s always stuck with me. It’s my belief that the person who’s had the most successful life is the one who, when it’s all said and done, has the best stories to tell his grandkids.
30. I survived cancer. I was given weeks to live and miraculously got remission. Life post-cancer is a terrible struggle, mentally and physically, but I wouldn’t trade it for the alternative.
I now get to watch my adorable niece grow up. I get to look at the world from a completely different perspective. I get to enjoy being with my wife and traveling the world as much as possible.
Death would solve a lot of the pain I currently live with, but the eternal sadness it would cause my family would haunt me.