What Moment From Your Past Would You Relive?

The more we age, the more we have to look back on. Everyone has those moments from the past they wish they could go back to - from the birth of a child, to a great career accomplishment, to an exciting trip to an exotic destination. In today's Throwback Thursday, tell us what unforgettable moments from your life you would experience all over again if you had the chance.

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Rose Richardson November 18, 2014 at 9:26 am

If I could relive any part of my life it would be my childhood because times were so simple and there were no worries, no peer pressure, no bullying, hardly no crime to advertise, no pediphiles we knew of, no kidnapping, no raping we knew of just being a child and doing childish things. I loved going to school, as I still do, however then I loved to get good grades just to bring the papers home to my grandmother and grandfather just to see the looks of satisfaction on their faces. I could play outside after chores or just sit on the steps and watch the people go by. I would love to go on and on but I know you get the picture. True happiness and bliss!!!!!


Bobbie October 27, 2014 at 5:27 pm

My would love to relive all the summers of my adult hood that I spent with my Dad. I would go for a week at least once every summer and spend time with him. I will always be Daddy's girl. The highlight of our week was going fishing. He lived in Va Beach. We would talk for hours or just say nothing. We had fun in his garden and yard. We would build things together and of course, BBQ. He was a true grill master. It has been 5 years now he has been gone and I miss him terribly. I got reminded yesterday when a friend posted pictures of a 25 lb rockfish. I was the daughter he loved and the son he never had.


Shauna October 24, 2014 at 9:33 am

I would go back to 1998, when I was 16 and had my first car. I would stay home with my grandma instead of running here and there for and with friends and spend all the time i could doing things for her. She passed this September 19, 2014. I would have given her so much more of me like she gave herself to me. You are in my prayers Ms. Wanda.


Carla October 24, 2014 at 7:20 am

I would go back to my son's 8th birthday and wear contacts OR have a strap on my glasses so I could have enjoyed the Bungee ride with him clearly! Fast forward 10 years and I would love to re-live our skydiving experience again.


Wanda Hopewell-Walker October 23, 2014 at 5:25 pm

If I could I would go back to September 19th, 2009 when my husband Willie was laying here dying in the Bayview MICU. I spoke to him on the phone around 2pm not knowing that by 4:30pm he would experience his first flat-line. He sounded so ok and much better than he had the previous 2 days. I was always there for him, except that day, because I really thought he would be home by Monday. He was admitted for a sore throat on the 17th and was 'officially' announced dead in the wee hours of the 20th! All of this was supposed to be due to a very rare disease called Acute bacterial thyroiditis!
If I could do it over I would have been right by his side because I truly believe that my presence would have made a difference and we would be sitting side by side rocking our years away together like we planned. I miss him so much! 20 years of marraige over in the blink of an eye. How sad!


jacqueline alvez October 23, 2014 at 7:30 pm

Wanda you don't know me but my heart goes out to you! I truly feel your pain. I know in my heart that he knows you were with him if not physically in spirit and by heart, also he is looking down on you now!!!!


Delores October 23, 2014 at 3:59 pm

If I could do it all again I would like to relive my childhood, traveling in the country side with my father Friday after school dinner date christmas shopping not for me alone but for the rest of the family.I could go on and on In a nutshell, My childhood experience was the best ever.


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