To Kill a Mockingbird: Atticus would be there with Jeb until the
morning. Jeb's been injured protecting his sister from an attacker; he and
Scout have confidence that, like God, Atticus would always be there for
them. It's both better and more complex than that; read the book!
2. Worst ending of a movie/book/TV show
I'm kinda with HotCup on My Best Friend's Wedding. I'd take the
redhead, and girls aren't my type!
3. Tell about a memorable goodbye you've experienced.
Several years ago I drove 5 hours one way to Charlotte airport because my best
friend had a 3 hour layover there. She was on her way from her parents'
house in TX back to Europe. Europe seemed for far away then...now we IM
all the time, and the world seems much smaller.
4. Is it true that "all good things must come to an end"?
According to Aslan, no. Instead, we are called "further up and further
in." I really don't think all good things do end, or at least not without the
promise of something better. Heck, even the last M&M in the bag is not
the last M&M ever...just an invitation to the next bag!
5. "Everything I ever let go of has claw marks on it." --Anne Lamott Discuss.
I hold onto things tooth and nail. I don't like change much, at least not
in the process of changing. After, usually I'm okay. But I think
it's fair to say that most everything I ever let go of had claw marks, too.
Bonus: "It isn't over until the fat lady sings." I've never loved this expression. So propose an alternative: "It isn't over until ____________________"
Yogi Berra, I think, said, "It ain't over 'til it's over." That's
about right for me. It's not over until God says so?