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If you could pick just one moment of your life to relive, what would it be?
I don't mean what would you like to go back and change about a particular event. Suppose you could go back and just relive one day, one hour, etc. Maybe because you had enjoyed it so much or maybe because you didn't enjoy it enough, and now you'd like the opportunity to return and really experience it the way it deserved to be.
The day I met my wife. Although it did end in divorce, we were so in love for so many years.
What comes to mind is that moment when I realized how deeply and thoroughly I loved my first child. I had a c-section and so it was a full day before I got to spend any time with her.
They brought her to me in my hospital room and I held her. I have no brothers or sisters, and never have spent any time with babies or even did babysitting as a kid. So this was really new to me. As I held this little sweetheart a love so complete and so breathtaking swept over me, I knew at that moment I would die for her without hesitation.
It was absolutely the most wonderful moment and I would love to feel it all again.
It was the day when I had a son. He was the first boy in our family and everyone were so happy that day. It took me a lot of time to believe that I was gifted with a baby boy.
Do we have to pick just one moment? I guess if that is the case, then I would have to pick the day my husband and I got married. He has been the most wonderful, loving, caring, and supportive person in my life. I'll never forget to all the emotions that came with the day we got married.
"Life is divided into three terms - that which was, which is, and which will be. Let us learn from the past to profit by the present, and from the present, to live better in the future." ~ William Wordsworth
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