August 28 was the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech. It was also the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina during which many lives were lost and lives destroyed.
If I was to die tomorrow, I would want my family to think that I was a good person and I would want my people to think I was a good person, but made a few mistakes. I don't want anybody to think that I was a bad person. I amm going to get out and turn my life around and show everybody I am not a bad person. AB
If I were to die tomorrow, I would want my friends and family to remember that I am honest, trustworthy, and would do practically anything for them. I am a hard working man and would protect them at any cost. DR
I would want them to remember I loved them. That means more than anything else possibly could. As long as they remember that the love will go on long after I would die. I want them to know I was receiving the help they wanted me to because I loved them so much. JY
If I would die tomorrow, I would want them to remember my sense of humor, the way that I was always willing to learn new things and that it didn't matter what other people said. JG
If I were to die tomorrow I would want my friends and family to remember my love and respect that I give them and the good times we had on the holidays like Christmas and my times when I stand up for what I believe in I want them to never forget about my word when I speak the truth all I want them to remember my spirit and soul. MB
I would like my family to love me no matter what happened to me. ML
If I was to die tomorrow I will like to be remembered by my smile and word. My smile can get happiness to my family and friends, but my word is strong to people to hear. DW