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What do you think will be the happiest period of your life?

Asked at Borders, 700 N.H. on April 19, 2008

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“I would have to say my 40s and 50s. I’ll be in my prime, when you already know so much but still have time to live an active life.”

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“I think it will be right after I have some kids, when I get to play games and sports with them before they grow up and become cynical.”

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“I guess when I don’t have to work, so it’s probably going to be when I’m really old.”

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“Right now. I’m 45 and pretty content. I’ve got a 6-year-old and so far everything is going good. I’ve learned that there’s more in life than obtaining objects, and I’m to a point where I can enjoy it all without the rat race.”

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RedwoodCoast 5 years, 12 months ago

I would like to think it is waiting down the dark and foggy road somewhere, but perhaps it exists only in my memory.

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Dorothy Hoyt-Reed 6 years ago

sourpuss (Anonymous) says:When I win my battle with cancer.Fight the good fight, sourpuss.

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iplaysupernintendo 6 years ago

I hope that the happiest time in my life will be this next year after I get married. I'm 23, and getting married in August. We don't have much responsiblity right now, (no kids, graduated from college, not much debt,) and I hope that my fiance and I will be able to live it up and just enjoy being with eachother!

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Multidisciplinary 6 years ago

smitty just reminded me of a happy time. When my two little girls would sing, "Don't Worry Be Happy" along with Bobby on the tv. The Bobby Ferrin/Robin Williams days. good moments.

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soiledbrown 6 years ago

when my wife gets old enough to stop having hers.although i will miss the granny panties 1 week a month.

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Multidisciplinary 6 years ago

I think mine was a brief time when I was in really in love. Sex was great, that man could rock my world in 4 minutes. The first one in a row that is.Or maybe it was when I was on vacation a couple of years ago, and got to be totally away from home, back with an old friend.Thinking, learning, playing. I got to be "me" for the first time in 20+ years, and it will probably be my last.

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jonas 6 years ago

Harley: You could go through a Blue Period, like Picasso did.My happiest period will likely be the 3rd.

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sourpuss 6 years ago

When I win my battle with cancer.

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le 6 years ago

Crap! its doing it again! crap!

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le 6 years ago

Cool momma I guess were on the same wave on this one!

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le 6 years ago

Cool momma...guess we are on the same wave on this one!

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le 6 years ago

Today at 3pm...I pick my kid up! Every day is a gift ! You have to take the good and the bad..cuz without bad we would have no good !

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Christine Pennewell Davis 6 years ago

each and every day. good, bad terrible, and all.

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blue73harley 6 years ago

Being a guy, I have never had a period.

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RETICENT_IRREVERENT 6 years ago

Oh, the question is about a "TIME" period...I don't know....

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sgtwolverine 6 years ago

I have no idea. Now is pretty cool, with me just having started doing photography full-time last year. But I'm guessing it'll just get better as I start making more of a living at it, so I really don't know.

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JJE007 6 years ago

I've lived over five decades and can safely say that, up to this point, there are incredibly happy times throughout life. I might not recognize them except for all those horribly sad times that are scatterred about in between!~)

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trinity 6 years ago

i don't think i can put any one over another, at this point(i'm 48). i loved my kids' growing up years, and now i'm lovin' their adult (even with drama, hah) years and my gramma-hood. work is good, etc; nope, don't think i can say what will be the happiest period of my life. all of 'em, lol!

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RETICENT_IRREVERENT 6 years ago

The better late than never one...

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