The day I had my 3rd son, after going through a dreadful five years...loosing two other babies well into the pregnancy's.
He was a miracle, and I was 38...so a new lease on life.
The feeling of having that baby in my arms, helped with the pain of loosing two others.I finally made it thou 9 months. :) no drama's.
That depends: do we relive it with the opportunity of changing things or for the sake of enjoying it all over again? If it's the latter, it would be a toss up between my wedding day and the day AFTER my son was born.
Much as finally being able to give birth to my son after a totally horrendous pregnancy was the HAPPIEST day I can recall,I cannot honestly say that I would like to RE-LIVE it.It was also the most DIFFICULT and SCARY day as I was hooked up to so many awful machines which flashed and beeped,and did not put me at ease in any way!!! But the end result was worth it,as my only child was born healthy,pink and content!! In comparison,I was pale,extremely thin, very ill, but ALSO blissfully content......
I think that a day I would probably like to re-live would be when I went to meet the master Glass Artist,Colin Heaney at his studio in Byron Bay.It was actually his day off,but knowing that I was travelling over 1500 km to see his studio where so many of my beloved treasures had been made,he made a point of being there to meet me and personally take several hours to show me where and how he created his unique masterpieces. He treated me like royalty,and when he learned how many exquisite items of his,I had collected since he began working in Australia,he humbled me even further by giving me several very personally special pieces from his 'History' Shelf!!! I felt so very honoured,and I was on Cloud 9 for so long afterwards!! I am so proud to have been one of the early collectors of this very creative and world-renowned artist's works.I do enjoy seeing these gorgeous pieces he made so long ago,as they continue to fill my house with colour, magic and wonderful memories every single day! He is no longer creating treasures made of glass,but has moved on to creating amazing silk fabrics which have all been inspired by those original glass items. Yes!! definitely a day worth reliving,and also a day which has now brought renewed delight as I have been inspired to recall it!
I am so pleased that some one out there feels the way I do about the artistry of this incredibly talented and delightful man.Canada's loss was certainly Australia's gain! I became close friends with the owner of a gorgeous little gallery after I had gone there searching for more pieces by Colin in 1989,This delightful lady did not know his work as at this early stage of his commercial career,but when I showed her my two little treasures and gave her all the information I could find about him,she managed to become a stockist of amazing pieces beyond what I had ever imagined could be created from glass! I happily worked a couple of days a week in this most beautiful environment, till the mid 90's,and we have remained friends to this day!!! It was through the gallery, that I managed to meet so many artists in many fields;most memorably and wonderfully of all,Colin! Yes! I AM BLESSED INDEED!!
This is a really difficult question. I have had many great days and some bad. I don't think I would relive any of them though. I am a firm believer in the past is the past and that's where it should stay .
My wedding day, just to have the chance to enjoy the fun and see all of those fiends in one place again would be fantastic. I would change a few things now but if I had to relive it exactly the way it was way back then I would too. It would be a hoot.