FMM – Winning the Lottery

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Winning the Lottery

What’s the first thing you would do for yourself if you won 100 million dollars?  Note: this question is specifically for you…what would you do for fun after the family and the bills and the obvious stuff was taken care of?

After the bills were all paid off and we were debt-free, I’d work with an architect and have a house designed. Then I’d find a big plot of land- not huge, maybe 10 acres- and have it built. It would have an open floor plan, and some of the interior walls would be glass panels. It would also have a glassed in sun room and a pool. I’d choose a location that was far enough from town to be quiet (and not in this are, maybe another state) but not so far as to be expensive driving back and forth several days a week. I’d have the entire yard fences off with plenty of room for the dogs to run and play.

I’d hire someone to SEO the hell out of my work and somehow manage to work full time designing graphics and selling my jewelry creations.

Then I’d buy a garage with all the amenities and get Mattie set up with a shop. He could do what he enjoys and not have to go back to doing what he does now.

I’d have a corset (not a costume quality one- one suitable for tightlacing) be made for me. I’d buy too many shoes. I’d buy an assload of fabrics and beads and materials for all sorts of creative endeavors. I’d also buy myself a nice car. I don’t even know what kind of car it would be, but something nicer than my poor old Saturn.

Yeah, I think that’s what I would do with $100M. :whistle:

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