Please remember, I'm not asking for an age, but a period in your life--a single moment--like when you struck out in a little league game, instead of hitting a home run that would've won the state championship. That's exactly what I'm talking about! Please share and let's have some fun.
1. Accept the invitation to Eric Clapton's party 2. Accept the invitation to do a free screenwriting course through the Screenwriters' Guild 3. Not be rude to Frank Sinatra's manager. 4. Accept the many invitations I had to write screenplays for movies both in LA and London. 5. Say yes to the Lord who asked me if I would marry him. 6. Get on the plane to go see the Elvis Presley show. 7. Accept the invitation from Lord and Lady Johnson to spend a week with them.
Too many to remember. I made so many mistakes. I never understood that status and money were important. I could kick myself.
I think it's safe to say that I am still making mistakes. They seem to come naturally.
My wedding day was pretty dang awesome-- all of my favorite people were there, someone else took care of all of the arrangements and details. I was totally unstressed, connected to the love of my life, and ready for happily-ever-after.
Twenty years ago, I let the love of my life walk away. I played the "I coulda, shoulda, woulda" line many times over the years but realized everything happens for a reason. Fast forward 20 years and I have reconnected with her and we're to marry next summer.
hmmmmm, tough question to answer. There are a lot of moments in my life I would love to relive (and a lot more I would gladly not relive). The one moment I think is my father's last birthday party where all of us, his children, were there, all his siblings were there as well as my cousins, nephews and nieces. It wasn't a big party by any means (we ate in a restaurant) but I think it was the first time I saw my father getting misty-eyed because we were all just simply there.
my mum died one year my sister 10 years ago.... last night i went to my dad's and watched some d.v.d's with both of them on........ one was a family party.... the things i remembered about them were not on the pictures.... they are in my heart
Yes AE, I understand as my own dad was taken from me in 1958, but I would thin it would just make it more painful for me to relive it, even briefly and I cherish the memory I do have of him as a seven year old.
To many to mention, but if I could have a redo, it would have to be when I fell in the deep end of a pool at age 4 or 5 years old. Seemed like it took forever to get back to the top. I think now if I could have relaxed, water would be a pleasure for me today. It would be great to feel like a fish when I am in the water!
I was 20 she was a 19 year old redhead, David Bowie in the background, his music ya know not actually Bowie but I love Bowie so much he cudda watched. Oh that afternoon, the sun shining in my window and the smell of Sandras perfume, her tender kiss and well ya can work out the rest yerself.
We'd spent a night out on the town together, I knew I'd never see her again. At the end of the night, I couldn't bring myself to tell her goodbye. I never let her know I wouldn't be able to see her again. This was almost ten years ago.
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