I don't know whether or not I'm the only one. That's why I'm putting it up for your diverse Internet feedback.
For roughly the last fifteen years (since I was forty), my children have been laying claim to various items that I've acquired through my life as 'theirs' after I die. Keep in mind that I'm not sickly and have no plans to shuffle off this mortal coil anytime soon. Though it's true that you never can tell.
Maybe it's the line of work I'm in or maybe it's just me - or maybe I'm not unique?
Yes, it's true that I do have some "cool stuff" and my sons-in-law (I have four girls) are in on the act, claiming this rifle, that knife, my wristwatch or the dragon ring that I wear regularly.....
However, shouldn't they wait until my mortal clay is cold before they fight over my stuff?