Sunday, January 22, 2012
Nurse Reveals The Top Five Regrets People Have On Their Death Beds - Living Faith - Home & Family - Catholic Online
Don't let the messenger scare you away, there is nothing exclusively Catholic or Christian about this article. I don't care if you worship the god of belly button lint, you're still going to die, so read the article.
Nurse reveals the top five regrets people have on their death beds - Living Faith - Home & Family - Catholic Online
I was scooting around the internet this morning looking for mass readings so I would have at least a faint idea of what the priest would be espousing in Espanol at misa today, when I came across this article. What struck me was how many of these regrets I no longer have since I quit drinking. I am actively working to reverse every single one of these. Alcohol was keeping me from doing this. It is like alcohol was killing me at the same time it was not allowing me to live the life I wanted. Duh!
So today I'm just out there doing my best to leave no regrets and keeping my belly button clean. JIC!
P.S. I actually once saw a piece of modern art (?) at the Philadelphia Museum Of Art that was a plaster mold of about 100 belly buttons. Not a speck of lint among them. Also, as an operating room nurse, I'm not a big fan of belly button lint since I have personally cleaned belly buttons that you could grow a crop of potatoes in. People please clean your belly buttons before you have surgery!!! Maybe that is the sixth regret, "I wish I'd kept my belly button cleaner." Ja Ja Ja! I'm just cracking myself up these days.