I've been thinking about this two letter word this weekend: If.
. . . often proceeded by a four letter word, only.
If only I had . . .
If only we could . . .
If only she was . . .
And then we clutter it by adding a different pronoun - he, she, they . . .
And then the phrase turns in to a discourse on regret. Regrets anyone?
Are there "if's" that turn out to be joyous?!
If I . . .
If we . . .
If she . . .