What would you change?

What would you change?

My physical therapist is a huge Beatles fan. I’m talking huge, on the level of Beatle fan trivia champion. I’m not sure if that is such a thing but if it was, he could give a run for the title. I can appreciate that level of fan fanatic since I was one for U2 back in my heyday. I thankfully have calmed down with that obsession but I was off the charts for a few decades.

We were talking yesterday during my session about John Lennon. The anniversary of his death was the day before December 8th. 1980. 30 years since he was shot in front of the Dakota building in New York where he lived. Beatle fan or not, you have to give accolades to what those four men did in the music world. I actually do like the Beatles so when my therapist said I wonder what could have been I wholeheartedly agreed. His biggest wish would be to go back and change that one moment in time. To save John Lennon. Then he would like to come right back to today and continue his life from where he is now. Interesting.

Then he asked what I would change? I thought and realized I couldn’t change anything that would have any effect on me having my daughter. That means I wouldn’t change one thing up to June 3, 1999, My multiple sclerosis diagnosis wouldn’t change because that was in 1998. Sure I could say something about an investment or some other monetary thing but I wouldn’t go back for that. Then I decided I would just choose to stay home the night I met my ex-boyfriend. I might not have been on the same spiritual path that brought me to one day start this blog but I believe I would have come a different way. I just didn’t need to take such a hard path. Just one thing. I’d have stayed in that night and watched a movie.

What would you change?

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