(submitted by OOC)
We're not sure about you, but we've done some foolish things. Twice. But, in our opinion, it's not so much about whether you do something you wish you hadn't, it's about how you recover from it and fix it. From one of the books we're reading now:
"We've all done foolish, foolish things, dear. In my experience, good people punish themselves far more than any external body can manage. And I believe you are a good person. You may have lost your way more than a little bit, but I believe you can find your way back. That's the trick. Finding your way back." (From The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown)
Ever do something foolish (do tell)? How'd you find your way back or did you just keep going? What advice you have for someone looking to find their way back (or forward)? Let's #discuss.