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Writer's Block: Been There, Done That
[Misc] Flowers
If you could live one day in your life over and over, which day would it be?

I've got nothing, partly because I can't think of a day that was so perfect that I'd want to relieve it over and over and partly because I honestly think that living any day over and over would eventually become the most horrible thing ever. My view is keep looking forward.

That said, I really would love to have a day so great that I'd want to relive it at least a few times...

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Nothing... hmm... at first I was surprised you didn't have a day like that.

But, then I found, I thought of myself, and I can't think of a day like that for myself either.

And so, your philosophy of looking forward resounded within my own heart on the matter. As in, why live one day over and over and never take the chance to perhaps gain an even better day.

You want that kind of day? Easy. Spend one with me. (/egotistical)

I also go the other way and avoid looking back on what I should have done differently. I've found that even decisions that I think of as bad led to at least a few things I like and wouldn't want to change.

And I'll hold you to that, but you have to plan it. Oooh, we should go to an amusement park. I haven't been one of those in years.

That's really something. I can't help but always reflect on anything I do, be it conversations, projects, or whatever, and if I find something I did less than stellar, I always try to think of a way to do it better next time. With schoolwork especially, this usually doesn't stick too much because I'm lazy.

But, you're right. I mean, sometimes decisions can lead to very different results.

*gulp* Well, since I'm very disorganized, it should be fine, right? And, I totally have an out since I don't have a car yet. Or a sense of direction.:)

An amusement park? Okay, Sachiko er, onee-sama. Just no roller coasters. At ALL.

Well, I think there's a difference between looking back when it can help you make better choices in the future and obsessing over a once-in-a-lifetime decision (like the college you go to) and regretting it.

No roller coasters works for me. I've ridden a couple of indoor ones that weren't too bad, but overall I just don't care for them.

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