Nov 152016


1. What shoes would  you like  to fill today?

Today my goal was to be: mommy, girlfriend, boss, and the biggest shoes to fill were to be active. So far I’m doing okay, maybe a bit weak on the girlfriend.

2. What is the next big dollar purchase you are planning to make?

A house, and soon.
3. You have $100,000 to spend on friends. How would you spend it?

Paying off bills so we’re all a bit more relaxed. Or buying property for a commune, because I want everyone close.
4. You have $5,000 to spend on your significant  other. How would  you spend it?

Same as friends, help him pay off some bills. And a cruise.
5. What is your favorite waste of time ?

Blogging, which is why I can do it for so many years with regularity

Bonus: Tell us about the most mischievous thing you did as a kid.

I was always picking on my younger sisters, I think that’s what being the eldest is all about. 


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  2 Responses to “TMI: Money and Shoes”

  1. My friends and I are always planning the commune thing too. It sounds great, but then I think it is better left to fantasy because I learned from having roommates that there is no better way to turn friends into enemies than to live with them. I think in our perfect commune we would have houses nearby but not actually living on top of one another. I need room for my critters too.

  2. Friends buying vacation homes together (nearby) is becoming a thing apparently. Personally I couldn’t commit to that – imagine if you’re best buds for 10 years, buy adjacent vacation property, but then later have a huge falling out? Who wants to groan “ugh, THEY will be there” every time you plan going on vacation?

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