For today's text question of the day, just pretend you have a single wish, but you can only wish for something to be different.  What would you wish for?

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What do you wish was different?

  • My marriage brother in pain
  • Money and time are what I wish was different. I have a wife and three children. I work full-time for my hometown county and cannot make ends meet. I bust my ass at work and then run to games, practices and school events. I have very limited time with my family, and what time I do have with them, is stressful. It is stressful because I see and hear what they are missing out on, both in fun, and everyday needs, like food and clothing. I gathered change yesterday to get a gallon of milk!
  • I believe that one day our family will be blessed somehow, I am not sure how yet, but we will. I can't wait for the struggle to end!
  • I wish I didn't have to leave my own home in 2017 and that my work hours didn't go up and down so much. Ever since it's been annoying, extremely stressful and financially difficult to even think about surviving on my own and I miss having my own space.
  • I wish I didn't have to check my blood sugar all damn day, try to figure out insulin doses, still do everything PERFECT and it doesn't come out right... WE AREN'T MEANT TO HAVE THE KNOW-HOW OF A WORKING PANCREAS. Be nice to type 1 diabetic, we deal with enough "pricks" already.
  • That my parents were still here on earth.
  • Have you got an hour or two? 😂 Seriously - people in general. I wish everyone would try to see things from other points of views and that there wasn't such nastiness to others - especially on social media - but everywhere else too
  • I wish my daughter didn’t have ulcerative colitis (since age 11). She needs to take medication four times a day and infusions every 8 weeks. It breaks my heart. 💔💔💔
  • I wish my mom was alive and cancer free! Miss her all the time!
  • My husband didn't have to work so much (I have lupus and chronic kidney disease) so we could have more family time
  • My job. No matter how much I kids a$$, do exactly what they say, try to prove that I can handle higher positions, they always tell me it's not good enough. Have to prove myself all the time. I'm over it. 😓
  • I wish my husband didn’t have a terminal illness. Parkinson’s robs you slowly over time - we will be celebrating 19 years of marriage in May 2020!
  • My finances, my husband to have his brain back to normal and my boss(only a little over a week left for that one to change)
  • Wish my mom was still alive
  • The hearts of people. Such a mean and cruel world.
  • My life. No matter how hard I try. Something always goes wrong.
  • My bank balance
  • TQOTD. The thing I wish I could change was that my dad got to hold my youngest son and that I had a photo of it. The day we were headed over, he died.
  • TQOTD.. what do you wish was different? The year!! Let's go back to the 80s. Duran Durand, Garbage Pal kids, rebook pumps, Super Mario Brothers! Oh man, I miss and loved the 80s.
  • I wish my son's mom wasn't so difficult to work with when it comes to dealing with our son.
  • I wish the world was different and we were all at world peace everyone we're friends with each other helping each other out
  • I wish that everyone had to come out to their parent's friends even if they’re straight just to know what it’s like
  • I wish dogs lived longer
  • Having a soulmate being single sucks
  • Text question of the day. I wish the education system in this country was different. I am a teacher with a ton of student loan debt. I also don't make squat. I care about my students and have no support or funds from the administration or the government to do anything for the kids. Every single class
  • I wish that my 11-month-old didn't have stage 4 kidney disease, and could live her life as a normal baby/kid would.
  • Text question of the day I wish I didn't have to give up carbs to lose weight!! down 23 pounds but man do I miss potatoes and bread!
  • #tqotd I wish I were born to different parents. I want a redo in life with normal parents.
  • My fantasy football record. I'm 1-3 but have the 2nd most points in the league 😂😫
  • I would like my motivation and procrastination issues would flip flop. I plan things all the time and say I will be productive but only end up doing 1 or 2 things on my list out of 6 or 7. I find it hard to keep going sometimes.
  • I wish people were nicer to one another. I work in customer service and it amazes me how much hate there is for complete strangers for NO REASON
  • I just got to work an hour early for my manager just to find out that IM NOT NEEDED TILL THE TIME IM ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED! Took my kid into daycare early just to sit in my car and listen to Connie and fish
  • TQOTD: what was different: this world! How sensitive it's turned into, how we seem to have gone backward with some things. Just how crappy this country is becoming. It's really sad. Maybe it's because we are more tunes in the cause of all the media but I don't like it. Can't we all just be friends
  • I wish the cost of living was different. I'm 23 and live with my boyfriend, but it's almost impossible to live without a partner or roommate because most people just can't afford it.
  • What do I wish was different my love life I wish I had one oh wait that would require me to go out and actually meet people
  • I wish the negative stigma surrounding women being single without children after a certain age was no longer there people assume that there is something wrong with us. There is nothing wrong with us, we just choose not to settle. And are very happy with our lives!
  • Wish my wife were still alive
  • I wish I could get my finances in order. I have the first grandbaby due any day now and it hurts to know that there's not much help I can do besides physically being there.
  • This traffic 😤. 10 minutes late already for work!!
  • I wish more people would look for POSITIVES in their lives and not dwell in the negatives. There is always a positive- you have to want to see it! Mindset
  • My relationship with my dad. He keeps telling me what I am doing wrong at school. I am in my last year in college and will be going to a very good medical school next fall
  • My husbands Micro -----