Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. It's time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We'd all like that. I'll even answer my own question as that's only fair.

So here's this weeks question: What is the worst decision you have ever made in your life?
I know all our bad decisions make us better people, but if I could have a do over I wouldn't have married my last husband. He left me in such debt and let's not even talk about what a cheater he was.
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  1. My first instinct is to saying marrying my first husband but then I wouldn't have had my two kids. Other than that I've certainly made many bad decisions and it's would be hard to pickjust one as being the worst

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  2. That's a hard one as if I hadn't of made all the bad decisions I wouldn't be where am I today, happy :)..Big Hugs xxxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  3. I usually make good decisions so I guess my worst one would be throwing away something that I wish I hadn't.

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  4. Interesting question Sandee. If I had a do-over I think I would still do most things the same, as they lead me to where I am today. So, the really big, bad decisions would have to stay or I might not have met hubby. That said, I think the worst non-life changing decision would be not renaming my blog when it went to travel humor topics.

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  5. There's not enough room here! Although, my worst mistake was getting married at (gulp) 17 and not pursuing my education. I attended JC for awhile, but school, working, and taking care of a baby and husband was too much for me.

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  6. Easy for me; Who I married. I had so many red flags that my heart allowed me to ignore. I thought loving him was enough. It was not. There's 27 years I'll never get back!

    And yes, I do still love him.

    Have a perfect day honey. big hugs xoxo

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  7. Oh goodness there have been several. But one that stands out was not finishing my Master's Degree. But I still may go back and complete it someday :)

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  8. so many but my most memorable bad decision was years ago not going to the loo before I left home once ....catastrophic c-) :-O

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  9. Hi Sandee,
    Piece of advise to everyone, actually. Don't ever borrow money from a bank.
    We've got a loan in 2008 to build my house. In 5 years we've only managed to pay back 7% of that loan, the house is only half finished and we've lost half the loan on the exchange rate and inflation. Plus the house is bank's property until we finish paying back the loan.
    The worst decision turned into a 5 year nightmare :(

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  10. One bad decision that I made was moving to the particular town where I live now but I do love my place so I am happy. I am sure I have made some others. Have a great day Sandee.

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  11. oh my, that's a scary question for me. i'll take the safe route and say that i'd go to college right out of high school instead of getting married to my ex... roche' says he'd never put on green rhinestones again, he likes the pink ones.

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxo

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  12. I played High School football and all I really got out of it was a broken arm. I should have concentrated on my studies instead.

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  13. This is tough question my dear or maybe I have had so many bad decisions I can't even choose one?

    probably, I say that choosing to stay in an emotionally abusive relationship for 5 years is bad.

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  14. Yes we do agree a bit tough to answer ... WHY? there were lots of them but any decision in life is part of living and learning process. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  15. I'm thinking... worst...letting people walk all over me when I was younger because I wasn't confident enough to stand up for myself. Boy, that was dumb.

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  16. That I didn't save more money for retirement!

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  17. My worst decision was eating a bit of dead rabbit in the back yard-I was sick. The best decision was refusing to attend obedience school-I would have flunked out anyway.

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  18. Life is such a bevvy of decisions. Ya know, there are even good things that come from the worst decisions, so maybe they're not bad decisions. I dont' know. I really can't think of anything off the top of my head on this one. My guess is that it would have been some bad financial decisions I've made in the past. Nothing major sticks right out at me.

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  19. My worst decision was to have stopped my driving lessons. Anyway there is still the possibility of continuing them in the future. Have a good day Sandee!

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  20. Thank you for visiting our blog, it is nice to meet you.
    If I had to think about all the bad decisions I have made I would be here forever!
    Lynne x

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  21. I will take far too long to remember, sort through, and then write the answer.
    Heck! I've already spent far too much time on it.

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  22. I think I made a mistake when I chose to leave Northern India (Baroda) way back in the year 1984. That was a nice place to live. Though I haven't lost anything having shifted to Southern India (Chennai), I do feel deprived of the emotional attachment to Baroda. This is also termed as destiny.
    Have a great day!

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  23. y-) It all depends on the meaning of the word, "BAD" d-)

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  24. Sometimes I wake up and realize that this one terrile decision I made is probably a big part of who I am today, but usually I don't give to ( can I curse here?) f**ks about it.

    I decided as a young gal to hang onto a guy who I knew was just a terrible person. I know it sounds like every other girl problem, but it's true. I am pretty sure he was a sociopath and after years of horrible things he did, I should have keyed his car, but instead I let him run around with every other floozy in town.

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  25. Well, you might expect me to say three really poor choices in husbands, but since I've remedied that situation with Mr. Amazing - #4, I would honestly have to say that I most regret not finishing college and pursing a career, because that choice has had far reaching affects on my life, and shut other doors that would have been open to me. I can't preach enough to young people to make good choices and get a good education!!

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  26. Probably the decision to not call my grandma when my gut told me too. She'd been ill so I decided to let her rest and call her the next day but she died in the night so I missed my chance. If I believed in those who can talk to spirits I'd contact one so they could tell her goodbye for me.

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  27. There's a couple of people i would never have befriended, those were big mistakes.

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  28. Not breaking up with a girlfriend earlier in our relationship

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  29. I have too many to count. My worst was probably not saving any money from a young age. Now I have none. I would (and do) advise all young people to save, save, save.

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  30. I fear I left many things unsaid, before my wife passed away---that still haunts be, and afraid I will take that to my grave.

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  31. It was a legal issue. Thank God I was a minor.

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  32. Enough bad decisions to fill a book!

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  33. Fortunately, nothing major. I am thankful for my blessings.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  34. I would say not giving my health the attention it deserves. It's only when you get sick that you realize that you could have done something to prevent it.

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  35. I learned from every mistake EXCEPT starting to smoke cigarettes. Maybe all those years ago it was cool, but it was hell quitting. And quitting. And quitting. Finally smoke-free for 7 years.

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  36. The biggest mistake I have done was, when I enter into a situation that I can't stand with and don't know the future outcome. I have done such thing out of stupidity.

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  37. Like a lot of others- making a poor decision in marrying someone who was completely the wrong person-back when I was 19- far too young!.... fortunately I am now married to Mr Right for almost 24 years! Big hugs!

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  38. I would have to agree with not giving my health the attention it deserves at times, especially my weight over the past 20 years. My arthritic knees are paying the price for my love of good food. But a change is coming.

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