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Nov. 2nd, 2009 | 06:10 am

If you could relive one hour of your life so far, what would you choose and why? Would you do or say anything different? How do you think it would change your life?

I would relive the hour I sat across from my ex and told her "let's go our own separate ways." I think I would have said something more on the lines of:

"I know I proposed to you, but you didn't give me an answer. Now, I sit here thinking, where are we going to go? What is our future going to be like? What do you suggest we do? I love you, I want to be with you, and I don't enjoy constantly flying back and forth to and from Hawaii and Japan to see you. Now, I do want to spend my life with you, and I am not suggesting we get married right now, but I would like to know where are you with all of this and what do you want to do with our relationship??"

Yeah, that was one of the most regrettable moments in my life. In case your wondering: She is happily married (well, married at least) and has 2 kids. We live and die by our choices and the words we use to make those choices with.

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porcelain ocean

From: porcelain_ocean
Date: Nov. 2nd, 2009 05:15 pm (UTC)

aw that's so sad. I don't know how long you two were together but I've always believed if you're supposed to be with someone you'll know, like really know. If she didn't then it's for the best and it saved you divorce and a drawn out heartache.

Besides, everything that's happened in your past shapes who you are today, and I <3<3<3 who you are today.

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From: hisensei808
Date: Nov. 2nd, 2009 10:46 pm (UTC)

Well, we were together for five years. We had endured a long distant relationship and I can honestly say that I was madly in love with her. We had, what I feel, a strong bond between us, but what made it difficult was the fact we were constantly oceans away from each other. When I did propose to her, I wasn't expecting an immediate motion on the idea, but I wasn't expecting her to look at me like she didn't know what I was talking about. That hurt. But instead of putting patience where it was needed, I decide to let it go. For her it worked out, but not the same for me. Nah, I enjoy my new found freedom, and I am about to enjoy it more as in about four months, no more credit card bills!! Yay!

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★  Ashlee ★

From: umbreons_shadow
Date: Nov. 3rd, 2009 07:13 am (UTC)


Ty you for sharing.

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