If you have an option to "Rewind" in your life, which moment would you go back to?
Let the time turner run and g back to that one moment in life and share why that one moment is so memorable and so beautiful.
My childhood...no responsibility, lots of love, simple life in the farm, my parents and my siblings...
When I want to remember a great time, I go back to the time I was five years old and was in the rice fields with my father. It looked like a Norman Rockwell painting...
In adolescence, Christmas season..when everyone went back to my parents home and we had coffee while doing beauty rituals ..
Later in life, there were more....
I'd go back to middle school in NE for two reasons. 1st- there was a nice guy who's interest I wasn't prepared for. I shunned him, & I would correct that action & handle it better. Second, the was another nice guy later that I shared a mutual attraction with. I would have made sure we exchanged contact info so we could have stayed in touch after my family moved.
I would go back to the day my uncle took my cousins and I down the street to the local store. Something so simple but so wonderful a childhood memory. We walked a country mile down to the store and my uncle bought me a big huge sour pickle. The magic was in the walk to the store and back - conversation with him and my cousins. R.I.P. uncle.
definatly my childhood..when all of my family member were living together i really miss those days.....no worries no regrates, only love and caring..no need to hide...no lies...nothing
only happy times.....
life is so difficult....i can remember when i was a child everybody used to love me because i was the youngest of all....
If there was something I could rewind it would have been my education. I would have started earlier and stuck with it until I graduated. I didn't realize until I was in my 30's how valuable education could have been for me.
I noticed that my peers were getting more responsibility and more opportunities, and I knew they were making more money. I think completed my education in my 20's would have granted me additional opportunities.
The one thing I can do now is to encourage my son to stay in school, because his dedication will pay him back in the long run.
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