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If you were able to travel back to the first date with your spouse knowing what you do now and unable to change the future would you have went? 

For me I would have arrived early, just that much more time to spend together.

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She was the best thing to come into my life.

Yes yes yes... I was so blessed to have had him in my life.  So blessed to have been his caregiver. My husband was and is my everything.

I would do it all again . Zero regrets. And I know he and I will dance this dance again

I love that you would have arrived early for that little more time!  My husband told me 2 weeks after our first date that he loved me. I said for him to tell me again in 6 months.  He said it again for the rest of his life....

It was a miracle met you and live with you a wonderful are the bright star in my sky, and the dark side of the moon..could we start again please ? Roxi

I would not want to go back if it meant seeing her go through Hell all over again. One time down that road was enough. At least the first time I thought I could help keep her alive. I couldn’t do it. The thing I feared the most happened anyway. I wouldn’t want to see her suffer again.


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