If I had my life to live over

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:30 PM in ,
I would most likely live it again as it unfolded day after day. The reason for that? I learned from my mistakes, I enjoyed many laughs, I met amazing people and to be honest I cannot wait to live some more. Some adjusments I will make if possible: smile more, forgive more, love more, be more.



Yes, this is important Claudia and a good issue. We all have to think about this.

I like the motto - and this is short and sweet.

Thanks Claudia! Love the motto, I share the same..I would also add laugh more to my list of 'mores'

@Sofia - thank you :)
@Humour after 50 - indeed!
@Anna - good addition, I agree!

I like this, and I feel much the same way. I will really have to think about this one before I write it.


Short and sweet. (the blog. I don't know about you, haha!)

I like that motto!

Anonymous says:

"...smile more, forgive more, love more, be more."

All sorts of good.


So profound and real. As for me, I don't have a clue where I'd go or what I'd do differently.


Anonymous says:

Short, but says it all.

Perfectly said. ♥

very nice sentiment, claudia.

@Kathy - well this was my instinctual reply :)
@Lee - to be honest I am not short, rather tall LOL but hey thanks for the kind words!
@Beth - indeed they are!
@Brenda - thank you my dear!
@Joyce - neither do I, this is why I am rather happy with the situation!
@KAT - it does!
@Jo - well thank you, I blushed :)
@Danneromero - :)

My thoughts exactly

@Phoenixritu - great :)

Anonymous says:

Love and admire your simple and grateful way...beautiful.

@Beachlover - thank you!

Anonymous says:

Lovely and such similar thoughts. Glad I came across your blog

So aptly said!Love this:)

@Tikulicious - glad you came around
@Laila - thank you!

I like the idea of it, love more be more

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