Very lucky. The good outweighs the bad. I've had outstandingly generous helpings of both.<br />
When you look back, it is not the things you did that you regret but the opportunities you didn't take, which, I would like to think were few in my case, as I tend to be opportunity driven.
scared if i am totally honest, but on to bigger and better things....looking back doesn't do any good..well not for me anyway! ...onwards and upwards is my mantra!
Not so great......I'd like to be able to go back to college days and start over.....as long as I could take along all that I've learned!
What a great question. I am very satisfied with my life and have had a most interesting one. Read my stories and confessions for details. I feel good about most things I've done and only regret a couple of things.
I'm not old enough for that sort of reflection.
I disagree, I'll reflect on the past when I'm in an old folks home. Until then, I got **** to do.
Thanks, you too.
filled with approval. Since it could be worse
Wow, where did the time go??
well just dancing the tune of time..........
Even with the messed up family history, the abusive step-brother, the cheating Exs, and being on my own this whole time... I'm still alive. I've got friends that I can say are family. I've made achievements that have been all me and no one else. I been to places that no one I know have been to.<br />
It's a fine line between feeling accomplished and disappointed.
Well when I look back I just look at the mistakes so I feel crap
I want to go back in time.
Regretful and thats putting it lightly.