I’ve made a lot of decisions in my life, as we all have. Sassy dress or LBD? Soccer or cross country? Travel or buy new furniture? The list continues.
Some decisions are winners. Others – not so much.
If I could do it all again, I would have prepared for that one interview back in college and would (in my mind) be working my dream job right now. I might have also chosen another major. I might have not eaten so much banana pudding last weekend.
I think we often get caught up in the woulda-coulda-shouldas and forget about the decisions we’ve made that were actually good. Like, really good.
If I could do it all again, I would still marry my husband. He’s a keeper.
I know we tied the knot when we were young, but I think that growing together has only strengthened our bond. I mean, finishing each others’ sentences like an old married couple before the age of 30 is kinda cool.
Don’t be so caught up in your dating checklist that you’re blinded to that hot guy in freshman calculus… (Isn’t that right, Kev?) I’m glad I found him, and I’m glad he my baby daddy.
- Do you forget the good decisions? Made any big decisions so well that you’d make the same choice again?