See Paris in springtime?
Believe that my children can manage without me?
See the Northern Lights?
Feel grown up?
Visit New York, or Venice, or even Donegal?
Walk the Camino, even just a little bit?
Drive a sports car ?
Learn to ski?
Accept that I may never have grandchildren?
Go to a music festival?
Enjoy housework? Even tolerate would do..
Run 10K in under 60 minutes again?
Enjoy a weekend away with friends, without worrying about my kids?
Learn to drill a hole properly?
Read all those beautifully written books that are presently gathering dust on my bedside locker?
Stop enjoying blogging?
Lose that sense of wonder and hope when I watch the dawn sun rise over the rooftops?
Stop being grateful for my wonderful friends?
Forget the wonderful legacy that my parents passed on to me?
Will I ever really care if I all these things don't happen? I've packed a lot into my life already. Perhaps "Will I ever?" will become "Does it matter?" Except for the good things that really do matter. What do you think?
Inspired by a post on Facebook
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