Ten things you will never do again.
1. Pursue another university degree. After the first three, I have found that while I am still a reader and follower of knowledge, I do not have a proper scholarly disposition.
2. Invest money in any pursuit that is not a tried, tested and proven endeavour unless it is an innovation that I have been involved with from the beginning. I did not do well when the "dot-com bubble" burst.
3. Bring up the subject of children with Anne, even in passing. Neither of us is able to approach the topic with anything but the utmost dissatisfaction.
4. Travel to India. While the people were lovely, and Anne did look fetching in a sari, and while we did return with a most entertaining education in certain practices, my stomach prefers the Anglicised version of the cuisine.
5. Fail in any way in my responsibility to Anne as her lord and master. While I am no longer King, we have never considered altering our relationship in that regard. As she gives herself to me, I take care of her.
6. Not raise my guard to the utmost upon detecting the presence of another Immortal besides my wife. The close calls we experienced in the early years have ingrained this lesson deeply.
7. To that end, I will not relax my physical training with both hand and blade. I must be ready to meet whatever danger I and Anne might face.
8. Be the one to suggest a temporary additional bedmate. Without fail, when the idea comes from my beloved, the results are always far more fulfilling to all involved. She has an eye for such things.
9. View or read any supposed depiction of mine or Anne's lives with the expectation that somehow, someone has at last gotten things correct.
10. Marry anyone else but Anne Boleyn. Even during the times we have spent apart, never once has it occurred to me do devote myself to anyone but her.