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Monday, February 13, 2012

Go back Jack do it again

.....wheels turning round and round
you go back Jack and do it again       

                                                                                                    Lyrics by Steely Dan


This weeks GBE2 prompt is "do over".  My do-over list is some of the things I  really enjoyed the first time round that I'd like to do again, exactly the same way. 

In no particular order:
  • all my travel experiences including :  Ottawa, Montreal, Calgary, Banff, DC, Boston, NYC, Florida, Cuba, Italy, France and England
  • my wedding day
  • my kids' first day of school
  • the day I met my husband
  • my first Reiki attunement
  • my parent's 25th wedding anniversary
  • my first motorcycle ride
  • having my writing accepted for publication
  • learning to ski
What about you?  What would you like to do again without making any changes to the original experience?

22 comments:

  1. The first few months of my babies lives.
    Our family vacation. (all the kids)
    Any lunch date with my mentor, Ed Dodge.

    And my parents last Christmas together with us.
    I'd like to be able to rewind that one, many times.

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    1. Wouldn't it be great if we could replay a particular day or event any time we wanted!

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  2. Do over, because it was so great? Buy our house. Marry Rudy. Plan 3 kids. Return to college. Earn a credential. .... I could go on, but I won't. (I like your do over way of thinking).

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  3. I'm still humming, but if I had a chance, I'd relive my childhood and take Rob with me. Then I'd want to share his.

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    1. Great idea - take someone from your today back to share your past. Love it.

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  4. Wonderful list. I have to agree on my wedding day, the days my kids were born...! Love it!

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/

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    1. The day my kids were born.... I'd re-do mine only if I got some pain meds next time :O

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  5. It is fun to do something you enjoy for the first time and sort of sad that FIRST time cannot be repeated in the same way. Nice positive post.

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  6. First times are kinda special, aren't they.

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  7. Without making changes... well now THAT changes everything!

    hmmmmmmmm... nope still can't do it. I'm afraid that even thinking about it might bring it about, and then I KNOW that I would not leave well enough alone, I would have to tinker with something... some small... have to smell that flower, that ripples into something bigger that I might not have seen. LOL... I think I will just continue to enjoy your list, and those that follow!

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  8. Great post! I love your positive attitude. Like you I could come up with a long list of do overs that I would love to relive just as they were.

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    1. Thanks. When I really thought about it I was surprised how many things I came up with.... I posted only a few.

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  9. One of the few posts which has gone down this very positive route and I loved it xx

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    1. Thanks - I try to walk on the sunny side of the street.

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  10. a great list of nice do-overs.

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    1. Thanks - I had a great trip down memory lane writing this post.

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  11. What a wonderful way to do this topic. Let's see:

    * Late night chat with my mom at the kitchen table of my childhood home, laughing and munching on thick slices of blueberry pie.

    * The moment I knew--knew--that my hubby was the one. I remember it clearly.

    * Cutting our wedding cake and feeding each other the pieces. He gave me a dainty bite and then I smooshed a piece on him. He grinned, grabbed me, kissed me, and then we both laughed with cake-covered faces. All sorts of wonderful.

    * The births of my children.

    * So many moments with the kids.

    * Holding each of my grandbabies for the first time.

    * The day the paper offered me my column.

    So many more...thank you for this!

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    1. Thanks for sharing your list - they all sound like great times indeed. Thick slices of blueberry pie - yum!

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  12. Laurie, please stop by my blog and pick up the award I left for you. I love your blog.

    http://myviewthroughkateyes.blogspot.com/2012/02/thank-you-sweetie.html

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    1. Thanks so much for the award Kat! And right back at ya...love your blog too.

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