My first winter in Whistler, a friend saw this graffiti on the back of the toilet door. We took it as our motto.
“I may do foolish things, but I do them with enthusiasm. No regrets.”
Now that I’m older, regret comes creeping close, sneaking up out of the dark, sometimes. Bad decisions seem more weighty now, more consequential, harder to bounce back from. I see it all around me – marriages going bust, financial troubles, general complications.
But, this post, shared by Casey Gabriel on facebook last week, put things back in perspective.