Which Day Would You Live Over Again?

We’re coming up on Groundhog Day, which brings to mind not only hopes for an early spring but also one of my favorite movies about a day that never ends. Until, of course, the main character Phil gets it right. (If you’re one of the few people who haven’t seen it, you really must.)

Every time I watch that movie I wonder which day I’d like to live over again and again—a favorite day from the past, like a wedding day or birthday? Or, maybe a regrettable day and a chance right some wrongs? It’s hard to say.

In the end, however, if I had a day that kept popping back up like a determined cowlick, I’d choose an ordinary day filled with all the regular joys and disappointments. More than the highs and lows of my best and worst days, it’s those ordinary days that make up the real me. Those are the days worth repeating for me.

What about you? Which day would you live over again and again? Share your thoughts in the comments section; I’d love to hear them.

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7 responses to “Which Day Would You Live Over Again?

  1. Michelle Quan

    I would relive the last day I saw my mother. She died the next day and I was not with her. I did not know she was about to die. :(

  2. Stefanie

    I would relive my first day of college because I remember how scared I was in a new town on my own and now that I know how much I loved college, I would have been happier and more outgoing to begin with and lived in the moment.

  3. Carol Stark

    I would repeat my youngest son’s wedding. We had such a happy day celebrating with him and his bride and guests from all over the USA and even England!

  4. Roxann Marling

    June 1, 1982 It was my last day of 8th grade and my first kiss. Talk about love and heartbreak all in the same day but it’s a moment I will never forget !!

  5. Kerri Isder

    the night I was the crew chief on a dirt track race car that won! It’s the only time I have been a part of a win!

  6. loretta bailey

    The day I went to see my father in the hospital when he had cancer i worked all day and drove 3 hrs to see him in the hospital it was around 1:30 AM when I arrived and he looked over as he woke up and said you are a sight for sore eyes smiled said I love you I said love you to dad reached his arms out for a hug it was the best hug ever, may dad passed away would not trade that moment for the world

  7. Elizabeth Beltran

    I would love to relive the day my sister and her husband, who I hadn’t seen in 12 years, got 2 free tickets to fly to San Francisco (from Ohio) and my teenage daughter and I drove over and got to have a mini-family reunion. Plus, it was Mother’s Day! We still talk about it! ♥