Kathryn Brown regrets getting rid of "half of everything I send to Goodwill."
Novelist Brad Barkley regrets no longer having his '65 Mustang and his '72 Camaro.
Jamie Gates misses her "Jane and Johnny West action figures."
And Charlie Medford not only misses his "red Fender Strat," but also his "ultra fit bod," which he says was actually lost over a period of time, not gotten rid of.
Pam Hanson wishes she'd kept her "older son's Fisher-Price 'Flip Track' plaything ... great track, train on one side, car/airplanes on another. I'll feel forever guilty he won't be able to hand it down to his future children."
Roland Rusty Cook misses a book he used to have of his "fourth-grade teacher Roberta Knox's poetry."
As for Miller, he wrote back to tell me he'd found a new use for his Jeep. He and his dog, Tucker, drove down to a nearby pond and went for a swim.
"It's the perfect vehicle for this activity," said Miller. "Don't really care if the seats get dirty or damp, and the air whipping through the compartment on the two-mile ride home just about dried off Tucker while he sat up front, watching for deer."
He's keeping the Jeep. And dodging regrets.
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