Saturday, November 22, 2008

Lottery Dreams

I think everyone ponders what it would be like to win the lottery, even if they don't buy a ticket.

My idea of winning the lottery would be not to tell a single soul, and then set about doing amazingly good deeds to the people I think badly need a good deed done!

And then I would buy a couple of houses so I could decorate them. Then I'd buy a couple more. Because decorating is my Sign!

When I was standing in line at the food bank last week, talking to the girl who said the stale bread baguettes were like baseball bats, we discussed the topic of winning the lottery.

And she said if she won the lottery she would buy a cul-de-sac. I thought that was very novel!

I had to ask her why she would buy a cul-de-sac and she explained that she would give all the houses in the cul-de-sac to her family and that way they could all live together and have picnics and barbeque's and parties in the middle of the cul-de-sac and then afterwards all go home to their own houses.

I thought that was so wonderful! And different from anything I would have thought up on my own. What are your Lottery Dreams?


Anonymous said...

now I want a cul-de-saq!
In several different states...and in several different countries.

You don't have a box for "charming".

Queen Q

PS: J says maybe he should have bought lottery tickets instead of stocks.

Anonymous said... DO have a box for charming!
I loose.....


Miss Pink Ponsonby said...

No, no! You were correct the first time! I went and made a box for charming right after reading your comments! But those boxes are dumb and I'm going to get rid of all of them.

Beyondpanic said...

If I won the lottery, I would immediately buy a bigger house with lots and lots of bedrooms, a HUGE great room and a mother-in-law suite. I would then have my elderly parents move into the suite so that I could keep an eye on them all of the time.
I would pay off all of our bills and donate lots of money to my favorite charities.
Oh, I'd also have my husband's 69 Chevelle restored!