So in my WIP I have a girl in the afterlife. Looking at it I notice it is a bit just meat and bones. The flow kind of flashes between her life(Or former life) and her existence in the spirit realm. I like this flow. I have plenty of "alive" moments to go to but I lack a good counter balancing number of dead moments. My brain is just failing me. Way I figure it you guys love being helpful right? Plus sometimes just typing the question out can help you figure out the answer. I got context before it sounds like I am just begging. lol. In the afterlife there is no need for food or water(no potty breaks). Sleep is still needed. Beyond that there is like nothing to do. Or better phase nothing that has to be done. The universe around you can be molded(like play dough) and events between spirits tend to be sort of contests for fun or simple characters hanging out. Like a married couple trying to create a romantic looking room. No technology exists and no items that are not simple can be created. So can't make a TV but you could make a complex ruthgoldburg machine(Assuming no parts required electricity.) Think that is enough here? Or any questions? The MC is a woman that is reunited with her son. The two have not seen each other in a long time. So long that the spirit realm no longer holds any living people that these two know.(Probably better you don't ask why on that.) So I am figuring the best filler and heart warming event would be between these two. Just not sure what to have them do. What would you do? Thanks for the help!