It took me a little over a month to get airman Riley to agree to my plan. It happens, today. He did give me a few days notice so I could say good-bye to Bunny. He does not know how much I am grateful for this decision. I do not know what I would have done had Riley turn me down. It has really affected his mood and demeanor around me. He is not the same guy, joking around and trying to bring a smile to me. His mood is somber. I think he will go through with it, too. He is a special young man and I hope what I am asking of him, in no way, changes his life. He really believes in the sanctity of life and understands that sometimes a life is not worth living. He gives value to the quality of life. I am sure he wishes there was another way to do this and he thought long and hard to find that alternate route. When he told me that he had decided to help me I began to weep. He wept with me. He has been a Godsend and I believe that God put us, together. I pray that God will take care of him after it is over. I had instructed Bunny to bring my lawyer to amend my will with her blessings and the will was changed, yesterday. Bunny and I have no children and I have made some good investments and we want to make Riley's life easier to become a physician, that is why we decided to leave him $250 thousand dollars. I also wanted him to have my golf clubs, so, when he hits one fat, he will think of me. I will miss my beautiful wife and my buddy Big Riley and will never forget the act of courage that airman Riley has shown.
My door opens and it is Riley. We do not speak to each other. There is nothing left to say. He takes a large syringe filled with something and puts it in my IV. My vision immediately becomes blurry and can barely see when he took the other syringe and put it in. The last thing that I saw was a tear flowing down the cheek of Riley. My pain is over. I see a brilliant white light. It beckons me to come. I am home. theblogmeister