Regrets?

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Over the last 50 years there must be some things that you regret not doing or maybe regret that you did! This  is the perfect place to share those regrets. We also promise that they will be told without your name being disclosed. We Promise.

 

 

 

 

 (Please no actual names of old girl/boy friends, ex-spouses or   current spouses.)

 

Regrets of Marjie Fields:
1) My dad threw away my THS yearbooks, I don’t know why and never will.
2) I moved to Tucson after my freshman year. I regret not going to high school for 4 years at that great school. I never felt that I belonged.
3) I regret that my daughter only went to THS for 2 years. I don’t regret moving to Portland, but I wish she could have finished up there.

An elderly gent was invited to his old friends’ home for dinner one evening. He was impressed by the way his buddy preceded every request to his with endearing terms-Honey, My Love, Darling, Sweetheart, Pumpkin, etc.

The couple had been married almost 40 years, and clearly they were still very much in love. While the wife was in the kitchen, the man leaned over and said to his host, “I think it’s wonderful that, after all these years, you still call your wife those loving pet names.”

The man hung his head. “I have to tell you the truth,” he said, “I forgot her name about 10 years ago.” I regret that I may not remember your names at the next Tucson High Class of 1966 50th Reunion. In point of fact I may not remember you at all!”

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Still thinking about the last time I saw you…your last smile to me…my heart will never forget you…
Nothing will ever take away the memories we shared with each other. Not time, not space, not anything. Not even death.

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In 1966 if your parents had bought you 100 shares of McDonald’s Stock for $2,500 instead of that new red Ford Mustang, today that same 100 shares, after stock splits and dividends, would be worth $7.5 million dollars. Not bad. I am sure we all regret not buying 100 shares. Although we have been told that at least one of our classmates deeply regrets that his parents did not give 200 shares, instead of 100 shares as a 1966 graduation present. What would you do today with $15,000,000 dollars?
I do not regret that I had to kill people in Vietnam or they would have killed me. I do regret that my country sent me there and I deeply regret that I could not save the friends that died there.