Hmmm. . . greatest mistake. I think it was letting a good friend leave my life. I get to see her on Saturday. :) (Which will be the first time in eight years.) Konstanz Silverbownothoughts2small.blogspot.com
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Wow... greatest mistake? That is a tough one! I tend to be very hard on my oldest daughter which is something I really have to watch and work on with myself.
One of my greatest mistakes was acting like I didn't need friends because that got lonely.
Greatest mistake? I'm not sure, maybe not socializing more, I know I need to make friends with people who live close by but it is really hard. Thanks for having the giveaway!dmr8888 at yahoo dot com
This is a tough one. I'd say one of my greatest mistakes was in sequestering myself, during periods of depression, away from my friends. I have a definite tendency to pull away when I feel anxious or overwhelmed. Sometimes it works out alright as I get the much-needed spade to cope, other times my friends didn't understand. ;PMary DeBorde M.A.D.
Biggest mistake is letting myself worry about what others thought about me. But I've definitely broken out of that, becoming more confident in myself. Take me or leave me!