As I was driving to meet a friend for lunch, I tuned into NPR radio for a little enlightenment. They were talking about the reboot of the TV sitcom Friends. It appears that Netflix paid nearly Â½ billion dollars (yes, thatâ€™s billion with a B) for the streaming rights to Friends.
As the panel was trying to answer this same question, someone stated: The stories told are universal Young people today move away from home, form a new family with friendsâ€¦and theyâ€™re still broke!
He then went on to say: And the show is nostalgic. We all want to go back to that person we were in the 90â€™s.
Really? I mean REALLY???
I didnâ€™t even hesitate to shout my answer out loud: NO! No, I do not want to go back to the Nancy of the 90â€™s. Was life good back then? Sure. Did I have fun? Absolutely. But I have grown so much since then, forging new paths and becoming someone I never imagined possible. I would never give that up. Right now, today, I embrace my past and smile from all the lessons I learned along the way, both good and bad. I sincerely believe that everything I have done in my life has gotten me to where I am today, and I wouldnâ€™t trade that for anything. Would you?