In terms of making me the person that I am, I would say graduating from University.
In terms of most exciting (other than kid/wedding) would be my first trip to Europe
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02-04-2015 11:45 #1
Aside from having your children - what is the best moment of your life?
02-04-2015 11:57 #2
When I moved out of home and was finally free to make my own choices (haven't always made the best of them, but it's better than the alternative ).
02-04-2015 11:57 #3
I don't think I could choose just one "best". There's so many highlights - travel experiences feature heavily. The first time I rock climbed a cliff face and then abseiled back down was so exhilarating and the same with snorkelling off Tanna in Vanuatu...so beautiful and untouched it literally took my breath away.
Most amazing moment - snorkelling off Wilson Island (southern GBR) with my DH when a huge green turtle swam up to us, paused and gave us the eye, we stayed perfectly still, it swam full circle around us before swimming off again. That's once in a life time stuff; I'm so glad my DH was there to share it with me.
02-04-2015 11:58 #4Senior Member
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Aside from my babies and meeting/marrying DH, I would have to say performing on stage through highschool and Uni. Such fantastic times
02-04-2015 12:15 #5
Aside from kids/DH I'd say making my career change. It took a while to figure it out and I had to leave a promising job but I absolutely love what I do now, something I couldn't say before. I feel like there is so much opportunity around the corner.
02-04-2015 12:15 #6
Landing FT job before finishing uni
Coming to after a seizure
02-04-2015 12:16 #7Senior Member
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One of the best would be the first live calf I pulled. Nothing better than new babies!
02-04-2015 12:42 #8
My wedding day, and too many amazing days travelling that I could mention. One of my favourites though was walking through the many amazing shrines in Kyoto with softly falling snow all around me, and silence. Absolutely beautiful and very serene experience.
02-04-2015 12:49 #9
I have been thinking of this. after having my children and getting married, being there when my grandchildren have been born. I was in the delivery room when J was born. I was entertaining J when he brother was born in the next room. that was wonderful. also some travelling. one highlight was Uluru. (Ayers rock) that was a really spiritual expierence and something I wish every aussie could do. so any people from os do get to it, but such a small percentage of aussies get there. im sure there are more things. marie.
02-04-2015 12:53 #10
Raising money to build a school library, then going to Malawi to build it.
Swimming on the top of Victoria falls would be a close second.
My whole Africa trip was life changing.
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