Living your life again

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Bears as well. Nice to have picnic with!

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AIIy wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 11:03 pm
Timoth wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 10:32 pm
I’d get the hell out of Europe for Canada or NZ, learn Chinese and become a specialist writer on China.
Cheerio noo. Don't let the door hit you on the arse on the way out and good luck with your Chines.
Ally, I would willingly have bought you a ticket to cross the Atlantic to restart your life, on the Titanic!😜

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First mistake was to get married at 19, a person I thought i loved, and I did sort of, at that time. But 8 years later, regrets. Stayed in that relationship with 2 beautiful children for 13 years until it was impossible.

Divorce followed after meeting my "soul mate", married and another beautiful daughter with my 2nd and current husband.

So my only regret is meeting the wrong husband when I did, but without him I wouldn't now be with my dear ❤ second husband.

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As someone today said * "without the darkness the stars would not shine".

* This was in regard to depression but it is true is so many aspects of life.

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manonthemoon2 wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 12:17 am
First mistake was to get married at 19, a person I thought i loved, and I did sort of, at that time. But 8 years later, regrets. Stayed in that relationship with 2 beautiful children for 13 years until it was impossible.

Divorce followed after meeting my "soul mate", married and another beautiful daughter with my 2nd and current husband.

So my only regret is meeting the wrong husband when I did, but without him I wouldn't now be with my dear ❤ second husband.
Pretty much the same as me, motm.
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I sometimes wonder what would have happened if I’d formally tried to emigrate much sooner than I tried to do so informally. Also, what would have happened had I gone with my girlfriend when she was going to be presented with some MIEx qualification in the 1970s, and what would have happened if I headed east instead of west when I left Aus and what would have happened if I had found a straight and narrow path and, and ..........

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Timoth wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 12:02 am
AIIy wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 11:03 pm
Timoth wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 10:32 pm
I’d get the hell out of Europe for Canada or NZ, learn Chinese and become a specialist writer on China.
Cheerio noo. Don't let the door hit you on the arse on the way out and good luck with your Chines.
Ally, I would willingly have bought you a ticket to cross the Atlantic to restart your life, on the Titanic!😜
I'd accept.
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Not worry about everything - I'd definitely stick my head in the sand on all matters :D
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Nah, I don't want to come back again.

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