September 14, 2017
The seventy-fifth regret was entrusted to us here in The Museum Of Regret anonymously via the website.
My regret is...
Everything I regret in my life has come about as a result of my not being assertive enough.
So my biggest regret is not being more assertive
The seventy-fourth regret entrusted to us was done so in person here in our exhibition in Heart Of Glass, St Helens.
It was left anonymously.
Not looking after my mind the way I looked after my body.
Time to put things right!
The seventy-third regret was left in person at our exhibition in Heart Of Glass, St Helens and it is anonymous.
Not buying my Dad a new cardigan for his birthday as he died shortly after and the cardigan he had was full of holes.
The seventy-second regret was left in person at our exhibition in Heart Of Glass, St Helens by Ste aged 57 who is a member of the Facilities Team at St Helens College.
My friend Joe passed away aged 63. He was housebound, I would visit him and w...
September 13, 2017
Our seventy-first regret was entrusted to The Curator via the website anonymously and it has now been archived.
My Regret is...
Letting my lack of self-esteem allow me to settle for relationships that were not right for me when I was younger.
September 12, 2017
Our seventieth regret was left anonymously today on our Blackboard outside Thje Museum Of Regret exhibition in Heart Of Glass, Beecham's Building in St Helens.
Not embracing my Autism sooner.
September 11, 2017
The sixty-ninth regret was left with us at The Museum Of Regret Gala Opening in The World Of Glass. It was entrusted to us by Tamsin.
Allowing people to take advantage of my kind heart and giving nature.
However I don't regret being kind and giving. It is...
The sixty-eighth regret left with us on our blackboard in Newton_Le_Willows Library anonymously and archived by The Curator here at out Heart Of Glass Exhibition in Beecham's Building St Helens.
Going to see Daniel O'Donnell in concert.
The sixty-seventh regret entrusted to The Museum Of Regret was left with us anonymously at our exhibition in Heart Of Glass, Beecham's Building, St Helens.
Never following up on the complaint I should have made when my son was in a mainstream school. It w...