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Name the first thing that comes to mind-what is the best decision you have ever made?

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What is the best decision you have ever made -just the first one that comes to mind without thinking!

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I think my best decision was to learn to live by myself and be happy and content alone with my dogs and not put up with any "crap" (pardon language) from a controlling man, as I have done several times in my life.

That would be one of the better decisions, oh and to have adorable children! (RIP Gina and Todd)
by Finy
The first thing that came to my mind was my decision to marry my husband
by AJ
Me too! Haha.
by Vee
I'm not good at making decisions; it always ends up being the wrong one. I can't think of the last good decision I made, let alone the best.
Me either Bryony.
by Vee
Moving away from the east coast of Canada. I love my home, but visiting is better.
Going into the Ministry.
Helping others, the guys in jails and women in brothels.
Lives changing.

Oh my gosh jonaj, this reminded me of a story I heard a man share on the radio. It's really heart-warming. I hope you enjoy it too! http://www.swapmeetdave.com/Bible/Agnes.htm
by Vee
Thanks for that will have a listen and look :)
by jonaja
Like alex, the decision to marry my husband first came to mind. The second best thing I ever chose to do was move in with him when we were engaged. I'm certain it helped save our relationship and my sanity.
by Vee
The first thing which comes to mind would have to be perservering through an extremely bad pregnancy to have have my son, who truly is the light of my life and has proven to be my best friend since he was 7 or 8 years of age. He was always a wise old man in a child's body,even according to my friends!
I would also have to say that a particularly supperb decision I m ade was taking on a Male dominated trade way back in the 70's: Signwiting and Showcard/window display.
To have a second child.
Apart from all the obvious ones, I think my best decision was to buy the car model I did as 'my' first car.
Build my house, then next, buy my car!
Have never regretted either!
Donjo, I've just found your question to me! He worked for Qantas, but now in our 'old age' we're getting over flying o/s to pick up a cruise ships. We took our 1st cruise when a women at my husbands work said she'd just taken her family on a wonderful 7 night Alaskan cruise, & told him how they'd spent 1/2 a day getting ready for the formal night! So my husband found us a 14 night Alaskan cruise, & it just went on from there. Now we'd rather do Sydney return cruises, which are much easier than flying of somewhere to pick up a cruise! We've picked up cruises from Hawaii, San Fransisco, Hong Kong, San Diego (2) & I can't remember where else, at the moment. The Sydney returns? 35 nights around Australia, once each way, 2 NZ ones, & the 35 night south pacific cruise we did about 2 1/2 years ago. The $US was much better back then! Now's it's down to 74 cents. 1 year we didn't go because of a nephews Indian wedding, when 65 of us fly from Sydney to India! This year another nephew is getting married in Bali, so we'll be flying over in early August for that 1. I've also flown to a wedding with my mother, to Belmont US, to Fiji, for a brother-in-laws wedding, & K.L. for a workmate of my husbands wedding. Other non cruise trips? Paris (5) NYC (3) London (3) Greece, Spain, Bangkok, Singapore (2) India, Bali (back packing with our 2 daughters & a friend & her teenage son, in January '95, & that's all I can think of at the moment.
by Miro
Donjo, I've just found your question to me! He worked for Qantas, but now in our 'old age' we're getting over flying o/s to pick up a cruise ships. We took our 1st cruise when a women at my husbands work said she'd just taken her family on a wonderful 7 night Alaskan cruise, & told him how they'd spent 1/2 a day getting ready for the formal night! So my husband found us a 14 night Alaskan cruise, & it just went on from there. Now we'd rather do Sydney return cruises, which are much easier than flying of somewhere to pick up a cruise! We've picked up cruises from Hawaii, San Fransisco, Hong Kong, San Diego (2) & I can't remember where else, at the moment. The Sydney returns? 35 nights around Australia, once each way, 2 NZ ones, & the 35 night south pacific cruise we did about 2 1/2 years ago. The $US was much better back then! Now's it's down to 74 cents. 1 year we didn't go because of a nephews Indian wedding, when 65 of us fly from Sydney to India! This year another nephew is getting married in Bali, so we'll be flying over in early August for that 1. I've also flown to a wedding with my mother, to Belmont US, to Fiji, for a brother-in-laws wedding, & K.L. for a workmate of my husbands wedding. Other non cruise trips? Paris (5) NYC (3) London (3) Greece, Spain, Bangkok, Singapore (2) India, Bali (back packing with our 2 daughters & a friend & her teenage son, in January '95, & that's all I can think of at the moment.
by Miro
Sorry, I didn't finish answering your question Donjo! The cruise people we use, are the cheapest anywhere, because they only do cruises for people in the travel industry. We're doing a 3rd south pacific cruise, to islands we haven't visited before, (except for the lovely Isle of Pines.) Feb '18, 14 nights, Melbourne return, so we can stay with our youngest daughter down there, before & after the cruise, before returning to Sydney.
by Miro
Hello miro..... working in the airline industry was always a 'goal' for many.
I've friends' who did FOUR cruises in the last year, one a 66 day cruise!
Enjoy your next cruise!
by donjo
Hereís 3 of mine-Marring my husband, having our
2 daughters, & going on 11 wonderful cruises, with none involving P&O!
11Cruises? Wow, did you win Lotto?
by donjo
NO, we didnít win any! money. We get our cruise through a travel firm which only deals with people in the travel industry. (My husband worked for an airline for 33 years) in fact in 2 & 1/2 weeks, wíre taking our 12 cruise. 5 weeks around lots of pacific islands.
by miro_
Which Airline did your husband work for? And if you got air discounts, why so many cruises? Just curious!
by donjo
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