My biggest regret is that I lived in Wichita, Kansas from 1973 to 1986 and never once applied for a deer tag. My next regret is that I sold my 1968 Rally Sport Camaro convertible in 1976 for $1200.00 when I didn't have to. Live and learn.
If so.....I regret in my past not speaking up for what I thought was Right instead of letting things slide. Momma taught me to speak when spoken to......but I'm tired of that so.....I try and speak my mind when I think it will help the situation at hand and let the chips fall where they may.
I was the bashful kid all through school and college.....now I can't keep my mouth closed........that can be good and bad. Maybe that is why I have over 12,000 posts?...:thinking:
Jayroc....I would have given you $1500 sight unseen for that Camaro.
I regret wanting to buy 80 acres of land down a long gravel road for 40,000 dollars about 15 years ago and my wife at the time wouldnt let me, a year later they paved that gravel road and the land sold for 80,000, i told myself right there i will never let a woman make a financial decision for me again and i havent, and i have been a lot better off for it
Originally posted by TCFRENZEL
I regret not hunting more with my great uncle.. But because of that I hunt with my dad every chance I get.. Sometimes it takes something you regret to make you truly appreciate what is important.
I regret living 1500 miles from my Dad. I'd sure like to have my hunting buddy back, not too mention the hunting here is about 500 times better than where he taught me in the hills of Vermont.
Other than that, I'll say I would much rather regret doing anything than having done nothing at all.
And where's the guy with the 68 Camaro for $1200????
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