What Would You Do If You Knew . . .

A month to live

By Nancy Jelinek

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In The End of the Alphabet, Ambrose is told he has only a month to live. He and his wife, Zipper, have no children or extended family, so his decision to travel as much as he can before dying affects only them.

My thought is to travel as much as I can before I’m given that kind of diagnosis, but I do understand. We often put off today what, we hope, we’ll be able to do tomorrow for a variety of reasons: cost, especially in these days of economic uncertainty; personal safety; time away from home, job, family; etc.

Whatever you’ve put off, I hope you’ll have the time to experience it and enjoy the memories over and over again.

By Nancy Jelinek
Broadening Horizons Blog

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