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Who hasn't this happened to -- You do or say something you regret and you want to make a 360 degree turn and have a chance to do it all over again? For sure, except for that perfect person in the world that simply does not exist, #ComingHome AKA #SwitchersRemorse is a thought-provoking topic for everyone that bares even the most hardened soul among us.
|Sullen on High School Graduation Day, MommyBlogExpert.com|
My Own Coming Home Story
You see I'm the first to admit I've had more U-turns in my life than I can count on both hands where I wished I could have had the chance for replays to right my mistakes. To get a new lease on life, a chance to start over, to relive what I did wrong and make things right.
But, if I had to pick the most poignant life experience to do over again, it would have been this. How I defiantly moved away from home, wanting nothing more than to get as far away as possible from my parents for college. The photo above, which I grudgingly allowed my father of blessed memory to take of me on the day I graduated from high school, does a great job capturing that fireball of snarkiness of yesteryear.
It wasn't until I grew into a mature woman, graduated from the university, and started my career that I realized how much pain I had caused my mom and dad during that rocky phase in my young and reckless life. From that moment of awakening forward, every time I went to visit my parents, coming home to embrace the family that loved me so much, it never felt so good.
|Dad, Mom & I Together Again, MommyBlogExpert.com|
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