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  • I would spend it with my grandmother and we would just talk.
  • My best friend growing up died in our senior year. He was his by a car and suffered major brain damage. Its been 5 years and I still miss him a lot. I would bring him back and spend the last few moments on Earth with him doing to things that we always loved. Frisbee Golf,... Renting a boat and sneaking beer onto it,... Have a huge party with all of our friends. The works.
  • I would spend it with my grandfather fishing. He and I never got to know each other too well because he lived in a different country. He loved to fish, and was a very peaceful man who delivered newspapers for a living. I miss him.
  • My mother. I really wouldn't care what we did. I'd just like to talk to her and listen to her again. I'd tell her all the things I wish I'd told her when she was alive about how much I appreciated everything she'd done for me and how much she meant to me. And we'd probably end up laughing at all the crazy things we always laughed at.
  • It would of been my friend daryl.he grew up with me since i was about 5 and i knew him for 21 yrs.Well he was a realy bad alcoholic and he llved with his girlfriend of 2 yrs.she left him for another girl and he had no where to go even thou his parents would of let him move home ,well he didnt want to move home cause he was realy poor.Well his drinking got to him realy bad and he was forced to move home and he blew his head off in his backyard one night after some heavy drinking.I really wish i would of talked to him the night before it happened or had another place for him to go cause i honestly think it wouldnt of happened.i guess it is 2 late now.
  • my grandfather, i miss him so much! i think he would love my kids and they would of had as good of a relationship as we did. that would be in person, i do spend every day with him now,only its in prayer.
  • My sister. I would just listen to her. She was a saint.
  • My brother. He lived in the Arctic. During our very last phone call he told me that he'd written an autobiography, several times. To the point that I said are you sick or dying or something? Why are you telling me this? He said I just want you to know that I've done this and it's out there. Then he died suddenly (did he have a premonition?) Anyway, I went up there to collect some of his things, and eventually asked the girlfriend about the autobiography. She didn't know what I was talking about, she went through the house and didn't find anything like that, I must have been mistaken, well if she finds it she'll certainly let me know. That was 4 years ago. So, if I could have a day with my brother, before we went horsebackriding, like the last time we were together before he died, before we went for a great meal and a few drinks, I would ask him WHERE IS THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY!
  • My father.
  • My grandad. I'd probably just hug him all day
  • My grandma. She died almost two years ago. I wish she could hold me in her arms again and sing to me. She was a great singer, had a beautiful voice. I miss her dearly. My uncle David. He was a fave uncle and the only one in the family who even acknowledged my sister and I. He reminded me of Santa Claus! He died almost three years ago of lung cancer. Im glad I was there with him to hold his hand as he passed away in the hospital. I wish I could just spend Christmas Eve (his birthday) with him one more time.
  • My Grandfather. I have a lot of questions I would like to ask him. I would also just like a hug from him because he always had a nice, warm, comforting hug. I would thank him for all of the wisdom he imparted to me. I would tell him how much I miss him and what a huge void his death left in my heart and life.
  • My great grandmother, Frank. I positively loved that woman, she smoked and drank like a fish until the day she died, at 101, no less. We'd probably end up hanging out in some bar, drinking shot after shot and mocking random strangers, she was just that kind of grandma.
  • my mother. she died when i was 20 and it has been 10 years and a very long road since then. i would just talk to her about things that really matter.
  • My wife that died Thanksgiving Day 1999, I would take her fishing, that is what she loved to do and that is where we spent a lot of idle time just talking about the kids, our plans for retirement, dreams, hashing out differences, teasing, playing,etc....
  • My Grandfather He was a great man but he died before I was old enough to tell him how much I appreciated his wisdom
  • My next door neighbor,who was killed in a crash on the 15th of Jan 2007 - She taught me alot in these few month's - She went to run an errand and we were going to make pie's when she got back. My heart is very sad
  • To answer your question I have to assume that they would have aged as if still alive. I would love to see my dead son again. He would have turned 12 three days ago, and I would give him the best damned birthday party anybody has ever had, to make up for all the ones he's missed and all the ones he's going to miss in the future.
  • My grandmother and grandfather. My grandmother was the sweetest kindest person i ever knew and my grandfather while a very stern man, I loved to sit and talk to him for hours. Even at 45 I miss them.
  • My dad and watching him be a grandpa to my offspring - he died before they were born. Wow I really do miss him and all the special things that we could have done together as a family.
  • It would have to be my Grammie. I miss her very much and wish I would have visited her more often. If I had the chance I would spend all my time with her and let her know how much she means to me.
  • My grandma who died when I was 1 and my great aunt who died when I was 3. I'd like to spend the day just getting to know them, they were wonderful women and I was blessed to have them in my life even for a short time.
  • There are three people. My first fiance' David Just to be able to hug him and say goodbye if nothing else. My second fiance' Ichiro. I would want to know who murdered him so the killer could be brought to justice. My father so I could tell him I love him and talk to him about all the wonderful things he knows. I never realized how difficult my life would be without him so many questions I have that only he could answer for me.
  • The only person I was close to that died was my great-grandmother. She was a sweet lady... it's a pity I can't remeber more about her.
  • My Grandfather we weren't close, but that is exactly why I would want to spend a day with him. I would want to ask him about himself and why he did what he did in his life. I would also want to know why he wasn't really around.
  • My boyfriend. I just want to hold him, and tell him how much I love him and miss him. I don't really care what we do, even if we're only together long enough to say good bye.
  • I would do nothing but hold him, talk and listen for the 24 hours. This is all I have thought about for the last two weeks, He was the love of my life (I was looking for explanations and stumbled upon answerbag.) The only thing I have found at all, is to try and distract the thoughts, it only helps for a moment.
  • My fiancee. I would tell him all those things that we never got a chance too. Maybe we would have that wedding we were always talking about, but letting one thing after the other get in the way of. Definitly take a video of him telling him all those things that guys need to know for the boys.
  • My Mom and Dad. My Dad died with I was 16, and my Mom in 1999...I miss them both. There are some things I just would want to talk about with them, hug them....
  • My father, died when I was 10, think I made him feel guilty about something same day he killed himself, I would not say it
  • I can't choose between my cousin Jason and one of my best friends, Amanda. (None of my grandparents have died, thank God). I think we would just hang out and just enjoy being together.
  • my father. i never really got to know him. i was 8 when he died and he was very abusive. i had alot of anger towards him for years. now that ive grown up im able to see things differently. id love to just be able to sit with him and talk, and know why things happened the way that they did. and to let him know that i forgive him.
  • my dad,he was killed over money he never had. i never really got to know him, or even see him, and wouldnt care what we did, but id have so many questions. i lived with my granparents all my life, so i have never gotten to know him.
  • I would spend it with my friend, who i lost a year ago. I'd bring him to his twin sister.
  • I don't think I'd want the extra time. I have grieved and accepted their deaths. I couldn't go through that again.
  • My father. I would take him to a minor league baseball game. We would talk about the things we never talked about. After the game we'd go for dinner and drinks and maybe share some funny stories.
  • I think I'd like to bring my mum's dad back. I am the only one of her children who didn't meet him, and I'd like to.
  • It would have to be a lady named Gloria. She was like a mother to me. In her later years of life her 3 sons didn't really visit or call her. For 10 years I was the daughter she never had. When she became ill and was resisting going to the doctor, I called all 3 boys. They basically told me she was a grown woman and could take care of herself. I didn't accept this and finally forced her to go the doctor. She had cancer and died 8 months later. Her sons were no where around the first 4 months of her care. It was up to me, one grown granddaughter, and a caregiver we hired to spend nights. Gloria didn't have much really. But she did own a small home with equity. Gloria's wishes were that the home be sold and ALL money be divided equally between her grand children and great grandchildren. When she was near death, all of a sudden one son stepped in and took over. It's a very long and complicated story, but I was banned from the home suddenly. They would not allow me to speak to her on the phone either. The last two days of her life, all family was called. It was obvious she was near death. I went over there and wasn't allowed in. Gloria's son told her that I had become too burdened by her care and refused to help any longer. My husband and children were allowed over and told Gloria is wasn't true. But according to my husband, he doesn't think she believed him. So, if I could spend one more day with her, I would tell her how very much I loved her. I would thank her for all the meals she cooked for us. For all the times she cared about us. I would warn her of the things to come and let her know that I would NEVER abandon her. I would also tell her to put her wishes in writing. It's an extremely hideous feeling knowing someone died thinking you had abandoned them. I hope there is a Heaven and a God. If there is, she now knows the truth and has love and peace. The one son managed to get the house, sold it, and then squandered the money.
  • my grandma, and ask her to make cheez whik toast cut in 9
  • It would be my husband , we could sit and talk about all the things we thought we had time to discuss and did not. Just cuddle up and tell him how much I really loved him and how sorry i was that i tried to bully him into fighting to last longer so that i would not be left alone. Tell him to take good care of our son when they meet again in Heaven, although Robbie will probably be able to show him around. Just tell him that they must stay together to be able to meet me when i arrive Most of all just to hold him and cry and let him know how much I am missing him but cannot cry without him, because I am afraid that once I start I will crack and never stop.
  • My Grandfather and Grandmother, I would love to just have one more day to just sit and talk.
  • My mother..I would be in tears for most of the visit, just so happy to see her again, and sad to to know that she will be leaving us again. I would want her to tell me all about my Grandparents that are in heaven with her..We wouldn't do anything but talk and catch up on what has been going on these last 4, close to 5 years
  • My late husband, Dennis. He was such a laugh we would have fun no matter what we did. I would tell him how much he meant to me and thank him for coming into my life. And i would kiss him one last time.......
  • My ex-husband's grandfather. I don't care what we did, although he would probably suggest going fishing. We didn't get to say good-bye, he had his own way of making you feel loved and special even if EVRYONE else around hated you. He was a wonderful, special man and anyone who ever met or knew him should consider themselves very lucky to have ever been in his presence; though he would make you feel as he was the lucky one to be in yours.
  • My grandpa Tom. He died in 2001 at the age of 79. We had the best relationship and I miss him every day. If we had one more day together I would take him to the state park we used to go to all the time and then spend the evening playing cards and eating popcorn. When I was a kid (and even when I got older) we would play rumi for hours on end. If I lost the first hand I would call it a practice round and he would say ok....I miss that. :-)
  • it would be my father, I would sit and hold his hand and stare at him taking in every little detail so that I could hold it in my memory for the rest of time.
  • I would spend the day with my grandmother and introduce her to my husband, who almost met her but she died a week before. Then I would show her my daughter whom I named after her. Finally I would just sit and talk with her, like we always used to do, because she understood me the most.
  • my best friend.. wafa'a who passed away from cancer at the age of 26. poor girl. i would love to just hang out with her and have our long heated discussions about life, love, politics or whatever silly thing occurred to us. i miss her and think about her every day.
  • My Mother: I would sit on my patio with her, show her all my flowers and plants outside, and look at the Blue Jays and Red Birds. Since she died, I always think of her when I see a Blue Jay. It was her favorite. I would make sure I asked her to touch my face once again and feel the warmth of her hands one more time. I would play her piano for her, and show her I am trying to keep what she did alive. I would tell her how much I love her, and ask her to sing for me one more time.
  • That would be kind of smelly dont you think. I'd say you stink.
  • My dad. i don't care what we did. just tell him how much i love him and make amends for the trauma that we went thru together.
  • Both of my Grand parents I loved very much, I would like to go shooting with my grandfather and diving and with my grandmother I would like to rember how too make her great food too cook for others.
  • I have lost several people that I was close to and would love to spend one more day with... starting with my aunt she was so loving and I could sit and talk to her for days. My grandma I would ask her to sit and make a memory book with me, so I can show my children pictures of her and her do's and donts. Her favorite recipes and her tips for life. My cousin I would go out to a concert or travel with him cause I never got to spend enough time with him. Love them all!
  • my uncle charles, we would go fishing. he liked doing that
  • My best friend Tara, I wouldnt wanna go out and do anything Id wanna hang out at her house and ride horses and talk all day into night.
  • My Great pop died 3 days ago and my dad died about 3 months ago so i would spend it with them and we would do all the things that we never did go bungee jumping and just talk and joke around. I LOVE YOU GUYS! R.I.P R.I.P Ross Micheal Bracher :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)Cecil Tozer
  • my brother and i would help him do what he asked me to do so he wouldn't have been killed a few hrs later trying to do it on his own without my help.
  • The daughter I lost in our house fire. I would take her to the ocean and just float there with her, lettering the Nature of all things, even its hardships, be equally cherished, for it is true -- no matter how 'uncomfortable' -- everything and everyone does 'pass.' Sometimes, they pass away too soon.
  • My father, we would go to the beach for the day as he always used to take me there for days out when i was young, we loved to talk and laugh and then go for fish and chips, then in the evening we would sit in front of the fire and talk a load of old rubbish and laugh even more. He died in 1979 and i still miss him just as much and think about him all the time. He was the best!
  • Thank you very much Mental Mum. The pain never goes away, but you learn to live with it and stop second-guessing what might have helped change things. Someone once said "You have to live for the living, and not for the dead", and I have two other sons and a daughter. Because I know how special a gift they are I make sure they have the happiest, most rounded upbringing I can achieve.
  • my dad and have a good heart to heart bonding session and ask questions that i feel i could nt before
  • My partner. I would make amends for all the pain i caused.
  • My Dad; we never got to say goodbye. BTW I love your avatar!!
  • my grandma! all i want to do is give her a hug and tell her what she means to me! i didnt get a chance to say a proper goodbye and i wish i could do that! its nearly a year since she passed away :(
  • My Dad. I'd take him around to visit the family, spending a lot of time talking.
  • My dad. I'd take him to a rugby game - to see South-Africa's Blue Bulls (his favourite team in the world), and also a game between South-Africa and Australia - which SA will win of course! Afterwards I'd take him for a chocolate milkshake, that would reeeaaally make him very happy!
  • My Father ,we would talk about many things!!!!!!!
  • my son
  • My brother in law died in Febuary, I would drive him home to my sister so that she could spend the day with him, when he died she didn't get to say goodbye.
  • I would show that person how much i truly loved them & accepted them for who they were.
  • My father, because he died when i was a five and now i am eighteen so i didn't know him very well and all i want to do his tell him that i really loved him and it is very hard for my mother to raise us alone and if i could i would even exchange is life for mine, just because i would want him to be with my mother.
  • My mother. I would spend time shopping & all the things that we used to do when I was a teenager before I got involved in drugs. I would go play Bingo with her like we used to. But of course I would take my 3 y/o daughter along because I know that she would be my mom's "little angel". She had 8 grandkids & my son was her favorite. Even her sisters all say that. She has been gone for 10 yrs & I never had a chance to get the motherly advice that I should have, or her GREAt Italian recipes. She took those to the grave with her. I would tell her how sorry I am for wasting what little time she & I had when she was diagnosed with cancer by getting high & not cherishing every moment.
  • my ex b/f who died a few years back. id say sorry for not visiting him enough in hospital and sorry for not being there when he died.
  • My Grandmother...and we would spend time at her old house...where i would play the piano (or at least try)...and then get pissed at my dad for being a jerk to the whole family...well she would tell him how it was...and he would shut up.
  • I'd spend it with my grandma. I'd play scrabble with her, bake cookies, and ask her to tell me again about her father and her childhood on his farm. I'd also bring my daughter and my cousin and his daughter, and let her see how her great-grandchildren are growing.
  • My Uncle Owen he would have to be my favorite uncle he was the type of guy that didnt judge you befor he got to know you and we were both the black sheeps in the family we were just two peas in a pod i guess. he would pick me up from parties and bring me to the bar or have a six pack for me and i was only 15 at the time we stated that one. he died this year on my brother's birthday and we buried him on halloween but it would be just like him and if he was driving him self he would have been later i loved him dear and he will live inside me for the rest of my life because he tought me every thing that i know
  • I would talk to my cousins husband, Taylor. I would talk to him about why he left this family. What was going through his head?--- other than the bullet he put in it.
  • My grandmother Joyce. I would tell her how much I love her and let her natter on to me all day long :)
  • my natural grandmother. I never met her because she adopted out my mun when she was born. She died just 6 months before my mum contacted her natural family. I would want to spend the whole day just talking to her so I could know as much as I could about her and her past
  • My Dad. I'd just sit and talk with him. He could tell me more stories of his youth and I could tell him that he was my hero and how much I love him.
  • My Granny, would like to have tea and a game of scrabble with her...Just to see her face with the kindest smile She was the wisest woman i have ever had the pleasure of meeting... Afterwards when she was on the way "home" i'd get the biggest hug from her...
  • The man that raised me (not my dad). He tried the best he could to raise me to be strong, confident, and happy; he just couldn't keep the bottle out of his mouth. I never made peace with him, I just sort of said everything's his fault. In a way it was, because he left me with a nasty case of PTSD comorbidified with bipolar depressive social phobia, but I never dwelled on all the good times. It's only now that I realise his life read like a Kafka novel, and we could've gotten him help. But, his dad's death destroyed him and he went on a path of self-mutilation and destruction I'm sure he gave the Reaper himself a good scare. I'd take him canoing, his only escape, and talk about his past one more time.
  • It would definetly be my sister. She passed when she was 13, I was 8. I would just want to be able to say that I spent time with my big sister and we weren't at each others throat :). No actually I would want her to meet my children and my children to have the chance to meet their beatiful aunt that they will never know.
  • My mother...just talk...My mother developed Alzheimers so she was lost to me many years before she actually died. I would just like to talk to her again.
  • My grandfather on my dad's side. He was a good man. We were very close and when he died it was right after Sept. 11th and I was parked off the coast of Pakistan and I couldn't go home for his funeral. I've never been able to accept that I just wasn't there. I miss him so much.
  • It would be my soulmate, Scott. I would hold his hand and never stop looking at his beautiful face, I would ask him if there is anything I can do for him here, for those he loved and left behind. I would ask him if he had peace where he is and if he will wait for me untill I get there like he always said he would here.
  • My Dad...I would tell him I miss him but he can be proud of me because I turned out ok.
  • My mom, she was an absolute riot, she always made everyone laugh. She also made friends feel like family, and family feel like friends. She was my mom, and my best friend.
  • My 1 yr old son jesse died feb 1 07,if i had one more day i would of taken him to disneyland with our other kids instead of a baby siter.
  • My fiancee. I would just spend the whole day holding her in my arms looking into her eyes and telling her how much I loved her and how greatful I was to God for bringing someone as beautiful and special as her into my life.
  • I would spend the whole day with Chris. he died not too long ago in a streetbike accident. he was basically my brother and i loved him soooo much. i would want to go out to the track and just ride dirt bikes alll day long until our butts are too sore to go on. i miss him with all my heart. -allison age 14
  • my friend michelle. I would take her away to the country and make sure she never put that needle in her arm. It's been 15 years and I still miss her.
  • I would love to have so many of my family back again,Mom,dad,uncles .aunts,grandmother,We could have one big family party that would last the whole day.All my family played music and how we all loved each other.Just to even touch their hand again or hear a simple hello. I do dream often of them and I pray everynight for them,and sometimes even talk to them.lol,Not insanely but just a quote, Such as well if you were here I wouldn't have to do this cause you would.
  • the old me.
  • I would spend it with my father, we would go fishing and then I could explain why I could't talk to him much before he died. I was 16 and I didn't get to say good-bye until it was to late. I didn't know how.
  • My husband of blessed memory (gone 8 years now)- I don't care what we'd do. Just being with him for a day would be more than I could hope for.
  • My Grandmother. I would apologize a million times for not going to be with her, and for listening to my mother when she told me Grandma was doing okay.
  • My dear friend Denny. Id just hang out with him in his kitchen, drinking coffee, while he cooked or baked something typically fantastic. Then we'd go to lunch, walk his dog...gossip, listen to all his great stories about life, love, glamour...He passed in 2002, and I know that he knows that I think of him every day, he visits me in my dreams, and I'd swear it was as if I had just hung out with him. He knew when he was going to pass, and he lived his life completely, he had such peace and acceptance about his transition. He is my hero, my role model.
  • My infant daughter who passed suddenly from a rare blood disease. I would sit w/her in my arms and just gaze at her beautiful face.
  • my dad. id go watch the trains with him.

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