If you could go back in time and relive any age of your life, for just one week, what age would you want to be?
my 20's I'd kick my ass..tell myself to get off my ass, and get a job. Lay off the weed, stop drinking it's not good for the seizures. dumbass..I had to learn, I guess
Either 4 or 22
Either 12 (last year of summer camp at the nature preserve - mud up to my neck each day catching frogs, turtles, and snakes) or 19 (at Bonnaroo '03 with a beautiful woman I once knew).
Relive without being able to change stuff..No Thanks! I can remember everything just fine.
The question doesn't say you couldn't change anything.
Would want to be seven again. Had the nicest first grade teacher ever!
Anytime from 40 on.
9, happiest childhood-playfull age, or 20, truley mutually in Love.
or 34, so i can give my son piggyback rides all week.
Is be 25 again and I'd appreciate how amazing I looked!
14 or 15.
52..I would go back to sept 3. 2001 I would prob be in jail, who would have believe me.. Could I have stopped it?
Very interesting answer!
Any one week period in my thirties. Nothing hurt and I had more hope & faith in America.
These are pretty much my same thoughts, too.
My older 20's younger 30's
My 30's were great.
Did we already have this question?
..I want to continue to move forward.
Oh, I get it!
..btw you look the happiest now, in the picture.
September to May of age 16
That's more than one week.
3 years old.
Do you really remember that time?
Yes. I even remember a few incidents from when I was 2.
Impressive memory! I barely remember a few things from when I was about five.
I would go back to college.
College kids don't know how good they have it.
16 only if I get to pick the week.
21. It was a great year :)
I'd probably want to relive a week when Elias was a little puppy. However, life now is pretty awesome.
17...hot damn, that was fun!
I made a lot of mistakes when I was 17. I want a do-over.
Me too, but they were some FUN mistakes lol
Yeah, mine weren't :/
Yeah. 17 definitely wasn't my best year, either.
Honestly, I was a hot mess until about 25. I made huge, huge mistakes and took too many risks. Took me a long time to forgive myself for some of them. I came to realize that all those eff ups added up to who I am today,which isn't so bad ;) Yes, there are many regrets but I've learned to accept them
This old IS my answer except it will be my answer when I am older than this.
It's great that you can appreciate it while it's happening. :)
Yeah I hope that stays the case.
If you don't mind my asking, how old are you now?
24-married and living it up, it was before kids- traveling with friends, big vacations, weekend getaways, parties. We had money for us! LOL
My husband allowed our oldest to tell lies about me. I kept quiet for her sakes. Now I'd not allow it. She hates me because I was bad to her. Believes her own lies.
That's terrible. But ... wrong poll?
No I'd go back and not keep quiet.
Early 20's. It was probably the closest I'll come to partying like a rockstar.
26, I lived in Vegas- had real friends that loved me and would hang out all night long. I laughed a lot more and was single. No pressure with $$ and 9/11 hadn't happened yet.
How old are you now? If you don't mind my asking.
6 is a good age. Tooth fairy, Santa, 3 recesses, everyone is a best friend...no major responsibilities, stressors or problems. My 20s were awesome too but 6 is better.
I'm with shelly. I am the luckiest. (thinking of the Ben Folds song)
22 - wild and crazy times w/ hubby before we got responsible.
I don't want to go back - this is the best time of my life
19. There's some... things I wish I had the guts to do at the time that I'd like a repeat on.
We had this question today at my Toastmasters meeting and I thought it was worth sharing with my followers.
I said I would go back to the age 26, when my daughter was born. I would tell myself to slow down and enjoy the moment.
When I was actually that age and when I was raising my children, I did not enjoy it. I was too concerned about getting through the day to day stuff.
Lol! Great minds think alike! :)
But you appreciate it now, while your daughter is little. Unfortunately, I didn't.
I've learned to appreciate it recently, but for a while there I worked way to much. I have my wife metaphorically beating me over the head to thank for pulling me back to what really matters.
I would not change a thing from my childhood, nor would I want to relive it. Honestly? Exactly 3 years, 6 months and 11 days ago. The day my daughter was born. She is growing up to dang fast.