I always believed that when I was all grown up I would never want for anything. I could eat anything that I wanted. I could go into the stores and request any item of any price and it would be mine.
Little did I know that there would be days where I was hungry. Times when all I could do of was dream of having the simplistic comforts.
At this point in my life, things are better and I have what a lot of people call first world problems. Took me a long time to reach this point but honestly I think life is better than I could have ever imagined.
An extra room has magically been added to your home overnight. The catch: if you add more than three items to it, it disappears. How do you use it?
When I first read the Daily Post today my head automatically filled with an answer. It was a super easy one since we are looking for a house with this attribute. However upon thinking about it for longer, I realized that while my answer was realistic is was rather boring. I mean a room that can hold any 3 things has so many possibilities right?
My realistic answer would be a swimming pool and two lawn chairs. I love swimming! 😀 It’s one of the greatest forms of exercise and I never feel like I am doing it. Plus just the way the water feels as it rolls over ones naked body is just delightful. It’s like the softest of silks, a gazillion count sheet, the fluffiest of cotton balls. Sadly I don’t think that even describes it enough. Try it, you’ll see what I mean.
My unrealistic choice is really not all that exciting either. However I want what I want. It would be a room of windows, inside would be a 1 piece computer/internet/monitor thingy. I think those are called macs! *wink* The most comfortable oversized, over stuffed chair you could imagine and a unlimited credit card never needing to be paid. I love shopping, I’m a girl what can I say. I am also kind of an addict. I buy things I never need and when I hit my depressive state usually spend way more than we can afford. When I come out of the depressive states, I become actually sad because I see what I’ve done. I would like those consequences gone. I would like to be able to buy anything I want at anytime, happy or sad.