Sunday, March 8

I'm looking for Version 2

He was quick-witted and often risque. But once you started reading his posts, you inevitably came back for more. It was nothing short of an addiction.

Now, I'm waiting to read his obit. It is my understanding he wrote it some time back, when he learned his days were limited.

I'm trying to not be sad (but my eyes keep welling up).

He was the very reason I started blogging. I came across his blog while doing tech support for a cable company. I emailed him and let him know he had inspired me to start my own.

I will miss him.

But it looks as if my pal Ol Hoss may get another chance, though. Always plotting and planning, he was one step ahead of all of us:

I want to live my next life backwards:

You start out dead and get that out of the way. Then you wake up in a nursing home and start feeling better each day. Then you get kicked out for being too healthy. Enjoy your retirement and collect your pension.

Then when you start work, you get a gold watch on your first day. You work 40 years until you're too young to work. You get ready for high school: drink alcohol, party, and you're generally promiscuous.

Then you go to primary school, you become a kid, you play, and you have no responsibilities. Then you become a baby.

You spend your last nine months floating peacefully in luxury, in spa-like conditions: central heating, room service on tap, and then....You finish off as an orgasm.

3 comments:

Hope said...

May this gentleman rest in peace. Sound like he was right on the money, if you ask me.

Nessa said...

Beautiful way of looking at life.

Poetikat said...

Mizmell, Have you seen "Benjamin Button"? It seems many people are starting to think like this. I have to say, after seeing my dad's demise, I'm not particularly looking forward to the last stages of life and hope I don't live long enough to see all that happen. Morbid, I know, but I do believe there's something better on the other side.

Kat