1. not spending a summer working on a family friends ranch because social (high school) obligations were more important
2. getting rid of my jeep wrangler
3. not becoming a “ski bum” after college
But, life is good anyway.
Do you have regrets in your life?
home is…having regrets.
6 thoughts on “regrets…i’ve had a few”
Oooh regrets. Ski bum is one? Really? I spent 3 years in Vail, CO and although I was there for the wrong reasons, I had a lot of fun. Anyone who tells me they don’t have regrets, I don’t trust.
I think we all regret, we don’t all admit it.
I regret being a “know-it-all” growing up if that makes sense.. I brushed off a lot of good advice and coincidentally wasted a lot of time and effort on friendships that just weren’t meant to last to say the least !!
regrets, too many to mention. I think my biggest regret is caring too much about what others think of me and how my husband and I choose to live our life. If I would have figured that out earlier, it would have saved us a TON of heartache.
Okay, I’m new to blogging and this is my first comment. I felt like if I didn’t comment, I would regret it 🙂 What a great post. Short, simple, to the point and leaving us all to ponder our regrets. Here are mine:
-not going to Mardi Gras in college when a good friend led one of the parades
-giving up the flute
-letting myself get out of shape
-keeping a family secret (a loved one’s alcoholism and physical abuse) for 35 years. When I finally told someone, I discovered a new kind of freedom.
Just found your blog- loving this ” home is what you make it”… great reminder! Make it peaceful and cozy and loving. xo