At some point in life, one looks back and contemplates a re-do. Stiletto Gang members are no different, but the question is whether given the chance to re-do anything, would they?
Paula Benson – Maybe I would have gone to the Bristol Speedway to watch a race with my father, uncles and cousins. Maybe. But, I don’t think so.
Cathy Perkins – Not work 9-gazillion hours at the day job and spend more time writing or enjoying one of my other creative outlets.
Dru Ann Love –Would have gone to graduate school.
A.B. Plum – Start Writing for publication earlier.
Juliana Aragon Fatula – Go to college when I was twenty not fifty. I would have a Ph.D in
Linda Rodriguez – I’d try to worry less and have faith that things would eventually work out, as I’ve found they usually do. I say “try” because this is a lesson I’m still learning.
Bethany Maines – Community college. Not the actual going, but the rate at which I did it. I took far too long to figure out where I was going and what I was doing.
Kay Kendall – I would quiz my parents and grandparents about their lives in an in-depth way, making notes so I would never forget. There are many things I want to ask them so much more about, now that it is way too late.
Anita – I can’t think of anything I’d like to redo. Maybe the last family road trip. 6 people, jammed inside a Grand Caravan for 20 days. We saw Mt. Rushmore, Custer Park, Yellowstone Park, the Redwoods, Napa Valley, San Francisco, LA, Laguna Beach, Hoover Dam and Las Vegas … maybe it wasn’t as great as I think it was.
Mary Lee – I can’t say that I have many things I’d re-do. Even some of the bad choices eventually led to good things. However, if I could re-do anything in my life, I think it would be my education. At the time, I simply didn’t realize all the options out there…
Debra H. Goldstein – Given in to being a writer and comedienne vs. a lawyer and judge.
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