My One Regret

As I mentioned in one of my first posts where I tell my story, I regret very little in my life.

All of my mistakes and wrong doings have made me who I am today and for that I’m grateful (even though I may have hurt others along the way and for that I’m sorry).

The thing that I regret the most is not going to visit my grandmother in her last days when I had the chance. She had suffered a stroke and I told myself at the time that I wanted to remember her pre-stroke. I’m sure that was a large part of it and that’s what I told myself, but part of it was that I wanted to stay home and have a party while my dad was away.

I sure had my priorities mixed up didn’t I?

My girlfriend Amanda was lucky (and smart enough) to visit her grandma a few short weeks ago before her passing earlier this week. She flew out this morning to Saskatchewan for her funeral which will also be an unofficial large family reunion. Her grandmother had 14 children and was responsible for 80 grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. How amazing is that? I am grateful for her in that because of her, I have the most amazing girlfriend ever. Thank you Grandma Klein!

Anyway, other than me reflecting on my stupid decisions in the past, the point of this is just a reminder to cherish those that we have in our lives and make the most our of every moment that we have with our good friends and family.

No earth shattering concepts here, just a good reminder to keep it real and enjoy one another.

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