What is one thing that you want to experience in life?

 

Lee

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Living with a disability or health condition can make it hard to dream, often what is happening now makes it overwhelming to think of the future.

If you could do just one thing in your life, what would you do?

Would you visit a far away place?
Study for something you really want to achieve?
Explore a new hobby?
Get married?

We are all curious to know what your dreams are... :D
 

PGen98

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Love. I want to experience love, for real. Someone that loves me as much as I love them, to share my life with them and know what it's like.
 

Lammchen

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I want to be a grandparent. My daughter insists she'll never have children so it's really hard for me to accept that. I don't bug her about it and I'm thrilled that 2 of her childhood friends are parents now so I get to watch some babies grow up. My daughter has pets and even though they're fun, it's not the same.
 

Ash

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Skydiving and I want to see the aurora borealis in person. Would love to see a massive whale up close too but that might be a lot harder
 

Foxy

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I'm with you @Ash except for the skydiving part. I'd replace that with a desire to go to the Bay of Fundy, it's such a magical place and, incidentally, a great place to whale watch.

 
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Lee

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I'm with you @Ash except for the skydiving part. I'd replace that with a desire to go to the Bay of Fundy, it's such a magical place and, incidentally, a great place to whale watch.

Looks like a beautiful spot, @Foxy - I would love to go there too!
 

Ash

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Money can't buy happiness.....
Interesting to see what others think about this as well. I think money can buy happiness (for a lot of people, not all). Give me £5 million right now and I'll be happy for the rest of my life.
 

zoldos

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Interesting to see what others think about this as well. I think money can buy happiness (for a lot of people, not all). Give me £5 million right now and I'll be happy for the rest of my life.
Perhaps...however I'd rather be dirt poor but with my g/f (which we are), rather than a millionaire without her....
 

Dave

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I would love to visit my friend and his family in America, but the journey is too difficult to even think about. I would need to get to Newcastle airport first, and that is not something I relish, from there it would be a flight to Amsterdam, a flight from Amsterdam to New York and then another flight from New York to San Diego and then a car journey of about an hour to where my friend lives. All told that's having to navigate four airports and a 27 hour trip. Just not even in the running for me.

But we Skype and have a good chinwag and all of his family join in; his mom wants to marry me so I could become an American citizen and live there permanently, but I don't think I could stand the heat - 125F on a normal day and upwards of a 140F on a hot day, I'm knackered when the mercury hits 70F lol. It's a nice thought and a dream that will always be just a dream, but it's sometimes nice to dream :)
 

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