35 yrs ago when I was a young arrogant kid. I went for my interview to emigrate. I had done literally years of research (I already had family out there) so I knew the answers. The guy asking me wanted to know if I had any questions. Me thinking I'd better ask something blurted out the most ridiculess 2 questions. I remember his face and thought, those were a big mistake. How right, I was turned down on those two answers. Even my mum only last week said to me 'how your life would have turned out differently if you had gone.
Many a time I've wished I could live just that moment again. Funny how a split second decision changes the rest of you life. Suppose that's the same for everyone, from getting married to moving position when under fire in a war zone.
Thanks for the question and letting me rant
hanging with my friends and having a good time. before the drugs became a problem.
10 years ago, my first day as a qualified nurse. I was walking to the doors of the hospital entrance and a patient said 'good morning nurse' and I thought to myself, yeah, I've made it, despite all the predictions (which actually came true after this) of my being a screw-up and following in my addicted parents footsteps, I'd succeeded; I wasn't a failure, my life was great and I had a bright & stable future ahead of me: career & personal
Christmas, as a child.
Sitting on a park bench with my first love. I would revel in the moment not knowing how rare it would be to ever feel like that again..
Being at the beach with my family
When my friend and I used to ride out bikes in the country and lay in the feikd and make pictures out of clouds-many lifetimes ago.
if only my parents had never met...