• I'd go back to 1981, stay in college, and DEFINATELY not get married to the same person in 1984.
  • 1870's Texas. That was a good time in Post-War Texas. The cattle business was on a upswing, Indian problems were slowing somewhat. There was money to be made in the up coming Industrial Revolution and there were still lots of unsettled land. And did I mention there was lots of money to be made at that time?
  • 1970's, San Francisco, and I'd invent the graphical user interface. I don't have the knowledge or ability to invent a computer or an operating system, but I could write a GUI shell on top of DOS or UNIX. I'd end up one of the wealthiest people on the planet. :)
  • I'd go back to 1986 when I lived in Long Beach, California. I loved living there. There was always something to do, places to go, and people to see. I enjoyed the year round mild climate and the ocean. Shopping and dining were excellent also.
  • I would go back to when I was seventeen and starting at University. I would take Medicine and then have the career that I wanted and still have my time with my husband and son together in my future. Maybe if I had studied medicine as I originally intended I could have picked up signs of his illness earlier, or been able to help more with his medication which eventually killed, him before his desease.
  • I would go back to the time when I was still dating my ex-girlfriend. God, I miss her so much. I would go back to the day I let her go, the day I just stood there and watched her walk away with tears rolling down her precious face. She begged me to stay but I just ignored her plea. How I could have been so cold and heartless amazes me more with each and every day that passes. Those words in that song : "don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got till it's gone", are imprinted in my mind as though it is part of my natural biological makeup. I never appreciated her enough when she was with me, i took her for granted far too often. I chose temporary infatuation and excitement over a lifetime of true unconditional love. The little time that I was with her is undoubtedly the best period of my life thusfar. I truly believe that she was my soulmate - and I'm the fool who turned his back on his soulmate and threw her away. Wherever you are baby, I just want you to always know: I love you more than anything else in this world and I will love you in that manner for the rest of my life. You were the meaning of my life, my rainbow at the end of every storm and I'm forever regretful for that day I sent you away. I would do anything, absolutely anything to have you back in my life, to have you look at me again with those big enchanting eyes, to feel your warmth, your touch, your love radiating on me and adding light to this gloomy empty soul. I would do anything.
  • i think it would've been cool to have participated in the constitutional convention in philadelphia in 1787.
  • if i had to go back i would choose Israel around the Time of Christ and the Early church. I would want to be a part of all that for obvious reasons
  • I would go back to the 1800's and live as a native on a tropical island.I would live a long healthy life,in peace,and without the TV and internet.
  • To be Adam before Eve showed up,having the task of naming all that walked on all fours,slithered great and small,eight legs would have been monumentle not over welming but where did sob come from?

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