I would have become a skating choreographer instead of an attorney.
smell more roses
memorize more poems
read more classics
tell more jokes
experience more rainstorms
greet more sunrises
savour more sunsets
exercise more frequently
laugh more heartily
let go of the past
watch more moonrises
learn more about the constellations
pursue family history
listen more closely
love more warmly
give more generously
live more simply
play more childishly
smile more joyfully
and....see God in all of the above
Still time to work on the list!
I would have had all 13 kids I wanted to!
I would have listened more closely to God every day, especially in discerning a husband.
I would have spent more time pleasing my God instead of attempting to please a narcissistic unfaithful spouse.
I would have carved out more 'me' time to care for my soul in the presence of God.
I would have not been such a people-pleaser and more of aGod pleaser in my younger days.
I was a hospital corpsman in the the US Navy, and I had a bad attitude about taking college courses because I already had a Bachelors Degree. If I had taken some Biology and Chemistry classes I could have applied, and possibly been accepted into medical school to become a Physician's Assistant
Less biking, more booking.
I would do the"do-over," and complete the project. I would get an advanced degree in a field that I can continue to focus on into later age, that makes less money than in accounting, but is enjoyable.
It is official: My masters degree in music is completed! Yes!!!!!