If you could attend your own funeral and listen to what is said about you, what would you hear? Are the memories you're leaving reflective of the legacy you're building? What is your exit strategy? In When I Die: On Being, Living, and Having the Last Word, author Camille Rodriquez challenges you to look at life with the end in mind. She encourages you to live without regret, to look at the relationships you have and see what they say about who you are and what you are called to be. This book is a light approach to the planning of her own funeral but includes profound points on what God might be speaking to you about your life. Camille wants others to see value in the people that surround them. We need each other for accountability and support. She will help you be able to make intentional decisions about how you spend your time on earth and with whom you invest yourself in.There is a plan for you, just as there is a plan for every funeral. Have the last word by learning how to live a life of polka dots, forks, and song.
First-time author Camille Rodriquez is a wife and mother who has served in ministry for more than a decade with her husband. She is currently the associate dean of an online school for sixth through twelfth grades. She and her family live in the Houston, Texas, area.
©2011 Camille Rodriquez (P)2011 Tate