My mom...so I could tell her how sorry I am for not picking the phone up the night she passed away and remind her how very much I love her.
Charles Darwin. I wold ask him of the agony it must have been for him to realize that no god had a hand in the creation of life. I would love to speak to him on DNA and the other discoveries of our time just to watch that amazing mind absorb, digest and then understand how really ground breaking his ideas are.
My brother if I could get the ****** to pick up the tab for once in his life - lmao
I would love to have one last meal with my deceased grandmother. She was such a darling old lady and I really loved her to bits.
Myself in 30 years, so I can ask what mistakes I made so I can avoid them, the people I should hold onto, the ones I should let go, the bad habits I shouldn't start, the good ones I should and where I was most happy and productive.
Oh, either David Bowie who is a musical genius and the most beautiful man to have ever lived, or the British actor Jeremy Irons whose favorite film of mine is called "Damage".
My father. He passed away in 1968 when I was a young child. I have missed having him in my life. I think I would hug him and never let go!
My father, mother, Pope John Paul, Mother Theresa of Calcatta...to name a few!! :-)
Dead, Heath Ledger
Alive, Ian Somerhalder
dead, he might be colder than me!
My paternal grandparents, who I barely knew before they died. An awful lot of my family history died with them, and there is so much I'd like to know. Even though Granny died when I was a little kid, I still miss her.
A Clone of myself....
My Dad, because I feel I let him down at the end, wasn't there when he died
eddy izzard! :)
William Shakespeare. I could just listen to him talk the whole time like music to my ears
Marilyn Monroe :)
I would have dinner with my boyfriend at this very moment. I love him!
My kids,sisters, my mom, Monica Barboza, Facundo Cabral and Gandhi
Morgan Freeman and Sir David Attenborough.
They are wise, have a lot to say and their voices are so calming and comforting, who wouldn't want to be honored by their presence?