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Restore Points – What Would Yours Be?

The other day I had to do a system restore on the computer. If you aren't familiar with this process what it consists of is this. If some new software, programmes or indeed anything you've added to your pc is causing a problem, you can restore your computer's configuration to a previous point in time. In my case a simple restore to two weeks previous sorted the problem.

It set me thinking of how interesting it would be if you could create a restore point in your life. Of course those of a certain age would not in most cases want to wish their spouses or children away. However, imagine if you could spend a holiday in a previous time as a previous incarnation of yourself.

I think I'd try about 1980 or the mid-late 90's which were both times when lots of positive things were happening in my life. The return of physical and mental stamina would be an interesting revelation I'm sure.

Anybody else think of a time they'd like to be restored to and why?

This of course invites the usual number of comments i.e. none! 



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