Terri Schindler-Schiavo does not want to die. She would like to go home. And she tried to convey this to her father in no uncertain terms by sitting bolt upright and trying to get out of her chair when told she might be killed, her family has revealed. The stunning news was released at noon Eastern today by Terri’s father, Robert Schindler, at the ’round-the-clock vigil outside the Woodside Hospice facility in Pinellas Park, Fla., where his daughter’s court-ordered death by starvation is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 2 p.m. Eastern. At that time, her husband and legal guardian Michael Schiavo is scheduled to give the order to disconnect the 39-year-old brain-disabled woman’s feeding tube that has provided her with sustenance for the past 13 years.