Remember in "Our Town" Emily goes back to her 12th birthday. What day would you choose? If I could be young and healthy again for one day, I wouldn't pick any special day. Just one of the many Saturdays I spent with my son, say age 6 or 7. He decided what he wanted for breakfast. Loved to make pancakes in funny shapes. Had to use your imagination. "It's a spaceship, Daddy." Then to the city park. They had an old fire truck so we "rode" around on that and then visited the swings and the marry go round. Then to the pet store to look at the animals. A movie, usually by Disney, in the afternoon. At home we would act out the movie. "You be Bambi. No, I'll be Bami; you be..." In the evening we would play cards, board games, read books. He could read and count before he went to school. Nothing fancy or expensive. Just a lot of time together. Now he has his own 4-year old.