Before I die I want to live in a tiny house.
Before I die I want to own a beet farm.
Before I die I want to be a grandmother.
Before I die I want to beat up King Kong.
Before I die I want to meet a nice woman.
Before I die I want to travel the world.
These are just a few of the responses posted on three chalk boards put up in front of Dan and Whits. Before I Die is a participatory art project created by internationally acclaimed artist Candy Change. The project, according to her website, "invites people to contemplate death, reflect on life, and share their personal aspirations in public." (Click here to see Chang's TED Talk.)
Norwich joins more than 2,000 communities from 70 countries that have participated in the project that began in 2011 in New Orleans. Bayada Hospice is the local sponsor.