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…Continue
8:35 this morning phone rings.... they ask for Janet.... I ask in regards to? ....They respond that they are a paid solicitor for some cancer fund....before I can get another word in they go into…Continue
"Absolutely without hesitation! I know it sounds cliche but I knew from the moment I met Sandy she was my soulmate. I am with you Rich if I could do it again I would also arrive early for the extra time together. "
"I don't know whether I still believe in an afterlife anymore, but I always did feel as though I had known Judith in some previous life. We were a hand-in-glove fit for 30-plus years--30 of them married."
"I'm not going to pontificate, however I absolutely believe that an afterlife exists. To say no would be the ultimate height of arrogance.
Yes, I will see Janet again and you will be with your wife and family.
Contrary to the science channel…"
"I'd definitely do it again- we were together for almost 20 wonderful years, married the last 13. I knew going in that I'd most likely outlive him since he was 15 years older. We married late in life but made so many memories…"
"But I need to know ... do you believe in the afterlife? Do you think you will meet your spouse on the other side? Wouldn't that be a glorious reunion! And then not to have to do it all over again because you would have eternity to spend with…"
"This question really has helped me resolve some doubts. In the midst of all the stress, we were in out little bubble together, always a team, one mind. We talked and laughed and cuddled and encouraged and were always there for each other. Yes,…"
"No hesitation I would do it all over again. July 5 will be four years since I lost Bob. The first two years were very difficult. Now I spend more time thinking about all the good times we shared. Peace to all."
"There would be no hesitation, I'd do it over in a heartbeat. But it brings up a memory. A few years back I had read a short story by Stephen King, about a man entering the afterlife to find he has a choice. He can go back to…"
"Yes, in a heartbeat! Especially knowing what I know now I would realize she is the most perfect woman in every way possible and I would not miss a chance to see that smile or wrap my arms around her in a warm, lasting embrace!"
We had some hell years that made us all the more devoted to one another as well as stronger as a couple able to overcome diversity ...
Out of all things, our worst problem was Bob's parents. I ignored them. Bob did not tolerate their…"
"Hmm it's complicated. If it were just the two of us, a first marriage, no children yet. Yes! Yes! Yes! Unfortunately, our lives were already very complicated when we met. Those complications made life very very very difficult for the first 15…"
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