"With 11 minutes to do anything, I'd try skydiving for the first time in my life!"
"I would transport myself to the top of Mount Everest, because getting up there and coming back down are so extremely dangerous, and people die trying. I could actually be on top of the world without any effort!"
"I would like to take an 11-minute helicopter ride over the Himalayas."
"I would go birding in a beautiful cemetery."
"I would choose to dance and sing at the top of my lungs even though I'm not a gifted vocalist. Just intensely rejoicing in physical and artistic activities."
"I would sit under a tree in a lovely park and listen to Beethoven's 'Sonata Pathétique' — especially the slow movement — surrounded by my children and their families."
"If I had 11 minutes to do anything, I would play basketball with my grandson, Matty. Well, you don't actually play with him, you just announce his moves. When he has the ball, he runs up to the little basketball net and tosses the ball in his unique style. You have to shout, 'Yeeeeesssss, score!' when he gets it in, and you're rewarded with his giggle. I love that."
"I'd go way back in time and drive my old convertible down the Pacific Coast Highway."
"Spend time with family. Family is the most important thing, I've learned, and even though everyone is so busy, I would want to spend time with everyone. I'd ask everyone in the entire family — including those who live far away — to come together for one moment. We'd take a big picture."
"I'd get married to my sweetie all over again with the whole family there. Preferably on a beach. Maybe the Bahamas!"
"I'd definitely go to the moon and take a selfie and send it to my grandkids. They'd be so jealous."