Is nostalgia a thing of the past?
Posted by mzrpl (22948 total points) about July 26, 2011 in Relationships & Family - 1024 views -
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Yes, that's why I'm practicing on the shooting range.
Yes, but I miss the way they were 30 or 40 years ago. Probably wouldn't care about today's version.
I do sometimes wonder how some of them fare these days. Then I look over at my hubby-of-almost-36-years and realize how lucky I am.
mz, when your spouse reads ALL of your Questions and Strange Answers;
that is NOT a fair question!
Yes, after you live with a pain for so long it's only natural you are bound to miss it when it's cured and is gone.
I'm not sure if I miss them....or just my youth!!LOL (I'm pretty sure my antics would give me a heart attack these days!!)
Why of course not, Mrs DK is the only woman I have ever loved, and will ever love. Wink Wink
I've never shot at one. YET!
When I go to reunions after 50 years and see some of the old girlfriends I realize how lucky I was to have dodged those bullets.
Nope. I've never been really serious with anyone else other than my husband to be able to miss them now.
Yes. I miss how sorry they must feel for losing what they could've had. Poor guys.
To be perfectly honest? Yep, I do. In fact I often wonder how John is doing now. Or Tony, or Jeff.....
Hmmm, NEVER. :))