Question of the Week #5: What do you regret not learning?

 
 

Q: What do you regret not learning?

 Two things come to mind: learning to drive a car with a standard transmission and learning to play the violin. Both are things that I did attempt but for some reason my brain just couldn't process the information at the time so I gave up becoming proficient. I would certainly like to give them another try!
 

Okay, friends, what do you regret not learning?


 
 
 


2 comments:

Joy said...

I can probably come up with a million, ok, a thousand things! I'll keep it short: I wish I'd learned accounting; I keep thinking, "I could be working from home right now!" I also would like to have learned Greek. Studied alot of languages...never Greek!

Jenn Romano said...

Likes that, Joy, although Greek sounds so intimidating. Of course, I know YOU could handle both those incredibly well... hope you give them a try :)

 

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