Gra Nomad Wanderings

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

QUESTION NUMBER 2

Well... ready for question 2? Here it is.

If you could, which stage of life would you like to relive?

I must confess I found the question in an airline magazine while flying to Brazil from Argentina. It was asked of Don Ernesto Sabato who is a 95 year old Argentinian writer. See how you go with the question. It might be a bit hard for some of you. Good luck.

4 Comments:

At 2:34 PM, Anonymous Bruce Anstie said...

I don't know which stage of my life I would like to re-live yet, although my late teens and early 20's in the 80's were fun! I do know however that I definately do not want to re-live my current stage of life. I love my children so incredibly much, but I find 2 children under 4 are very demanding and tiring. I have been constantly tired for the last 3 years and cannot remember the last time I had a good night's sleep? The children sleep very well, but poor stressed out daddy doesn't. Reading your current adventures, retirement looks good.

 
At 10:35 AM, Anonymous Deb McLaughlin said...

Well I can tell you which stage I would NOT like to re-live, and that was the trip home to Sydney from Cusco after leaving mum & dad! Got to Santiago OK, then we left there but had to turn around due to engine vibration... anyway, to cut a long story short I was delayed by about 14 hours and ended up in Sydney without my luggage. However all's well that ends well, my luggage should be delivered this afternoon!

 
At 1:39 AM, Blogger Ron, KS said...

HMMMMMMMMMM, interesting question!

Ummmm, maybe the 60's????? Being young and all the young women. Free love, well, never mind............

Seriously, I don't want to relive-I want to live right now. Retired, seem to almost have enough money, GREAT family, Beautiful Bride. Searching for the next golden opportunity in life. Enjoying as many of life's beautiful moments as I can.

For toys, I have a sailboat, a bike, a tractor, and a computer--what more could a guy want?

Ron, KS

 
At 4:17 AM, Blogger R. Stewart said...

I'd say high school, but only if I could retain the knowledge/skills I have now. I'd have been all-state in basketball:)

That, plus I could've aligned my life a bit better. Avoided a few problems, talked myself out of a few bad habits, etc.

 

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