My local Hospital has brought this to our attention via Facebook. I must admit my first thought was one of suspicion and many reservations. I thought - here we go again, making us old ones feel guilty for still being around. Then I thought maybe I will fill one in. I'll think about it anyway. I know I wouldn't have thought twice about it when I was younger - well, dying seems so far away then, it's easy to be blase and just say let me pop my clogs if I get dementia or a serious illness. I know I don't want to end my days on a ventilator or being fed by tubes. That much I do know. I also know I want to be here on the Island, not in Inverness or Glasgow. So it seems logical to fill it in - the Anticipatory Care Plan, that is. It just feels a bit like knocking on Heaven's door, but I guess I should be sensible about it! Have any of you come across this ACP already? I'd love to know how any of you feel about it. Now I haven't got a hubby to talk to about it, I am genuinely interested in what you would do. Fill the form in? Or not?