No, never to go back. I survived childhood and do not desire to relive it.
AWSS!! I might consider redoing my early adulthood, if I could know then what I know now. Only once, though, because you're bound to make mistakes every time, and, well:
Originally Posted by Uncle Steve himself
You couldn't get hold of the things you'd done and turn them right again. Such a power might be given to the gods, but it was not given to women and men, and that was probably a good thing. Had it been otherwise, people would probably die of old age still trying to rewrite their teens.
I'd go back to my childhood because there are certain parts of it that would be worth reliving - very happy memories.
I'd also take back knowledge that I have now and use it (hopefully) wisely.
Sometimes choosing the other option presented to you brings about the ability to avoid tremendous heartache.
Tenn, I believe the shockjock was John Lyndaker,I used to listen to the same program..he had some funny stuff on there..as for me,I wouldn't mind going back for a day,to see my dad and my brothers one more time..and roam the neighborhood and countryside like we used to..