That the elementary schools in the Sherwood School District started at 8 am each morning, I would have reconsidered moving here.
That knitting was such a therapeutic activity, I would have learned the craft much earlier.
That sporting electric blue mascara in seventh grade was not the best look for me, I would have trashed it and stuck with my tried-and-true brown mascara.
That being a mom to three teenage girls was not as horrific as everyone seems to believe it should be, I wouldn't have read all those parenting books on how to deal with your difficult teen.
That I would spend more hours in my day preparing food for my family than just about anything else, I would have learned that art of cooking in my youth.
That serving in the Young Women's presidency at church is the best calling in the world, I would have campaigned for this job a long time ago.
That our family's nightly scripture study and family prayer is often one of the most hilarious, entertaining and sweet times of the day, I would have cut the kids a little more slack about their naughtiness during it when they were younger.
That being married to one of the funniest people you've ever met pays dividends year after year, I would have snatched him up even earlier (actually, I take that back! I married him at 21 and that is early enough!).
That my house is always going to be a work-in-progress and will never be "done", I would have given up the idea that I'd live in a perfectly done house earlier.
That having a front loading washing machine was going to entail keeping the door to it open whenever it wasn't in use, I would have bought another top loader.