If I die one day….

Read from mrbrown’s blog that idler has passed away. I do not know idler personally, neither have I visited her blog while she was alive. But can’t help feeling sad when I read about her. Life is so short. Death may come so sudden. It is not always like Grace Chow where you know you will die soon. Sometimes, death just come without any appointment or reservations.

Reading about this news make me wonder, what if I die suddenly one day? My colleague and I always feel that we would be killed by lighting on a bright sunny day because we been doing too many evil things. What if lighting really strike me 1 day? What if I just die suddenly? Would anyone online find out about it? Or would my blog just stand still, and visitor just pass it off as an abandon blog? Or would my siblings log into my blog and announce to all my online friends that I’m dead and my wake is from when to when? Would they know how to post an entry on my blog? Or would they even know that I have a blog in the 1st place?

What will my last post on my blog be? Who will I mention in my last post? What topic would I touch on? Who would comment on my last post? What will my last reply on the comment be?

Who would be the first person to find out that I’m dead? Will anyone post an entries on his/her blog talking their memories with me? Would anyone miss me?

The thought of sudden death is scary. If I know I’m going to die maybe a week later, at least I can still make some arrangements, bid farewell to everyone who reads my blog. But what if I were to die suddenly? Would everyone know that I’m dead? Or would they thought I’m just lazy to update my blog?

Perhaps I should start writing some notes or something to tell my siblings what to do if I were to die suddenly one day.

Coincidentally, I overslept today. Think I must have killed the alarm clock and went back to sleep. I could had overslept the whole morning and not report for work. Luckily Zhen Zhen called me on my handphone to wake me up. You see, I always SMS her in the morning to bother her with my “Good morning” greetings and chat on SMS while traveling to work. When she didn’t receive any sms this morning, she knew that I must had overslept.

Well, at least if I were to die suddenly one day, she might be my 1st friend to know. Isn’t that something heartwarming to know. 🙂


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