1/13 If you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it?
I don’t think I could spend it because
the shock of having that much money would kill me.
1/14 What is your preferred mode of travel?
I am a homebody extraordinaire and don’t travel,
but if I had to probably by car if not too far or plane if a long distance.
1/15 What fear have you conquered?
When I was a teenager and in my early twenties I was borderline agoraphobic.
It was awful and it took some work to overcome it.
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Love the first answer!
13, flying. 14, flying. 15, flying!
Judging from some of your photos, you have overcome your fear of flying splendidly.
I used to love to fly but no more. You couldn’t pay me to get on a plane these days. I enjoy trains and day trips via our car.
Having lots of money isn’t necessary for my happiness. As long as I am secure and can live comfortably, I’m fine with that.
I agree that we only really need enough money for basic living expenses, but it is nice to have enough to have some fun.
Yes, for sure.
…homebody extraordinaire…so love this description and can relate since, there’s no place like home.
Travel…love the train.; to gaze out the window not having to stop for traffic lights like in a car.
As far as a ton of money goes, what I’ve learned from having nothing to a little, then a lot, to nothing again, with the exception of the absence of worry, it never feels different to me. I’m very content, no matter what’s in my bank account.
I think you’re a little like that too. I know, maybe we were Franciscans in another life. 🙂
I have never had a lot of money, but I have always had enough to be comfortable. I may not have everything I want, but I have what I need, and that is enough.
Me too. Takes very little for me to be content. A huge gift.
Definitely a gift!
I love the first answer. 😂😂😂
It would be wonderful to have lots of money, but it would also be a big responsibility to use it wisely.
Absolutely right my friend. Too much money, like too much power is corrupting.
Those were all good answers. I really dislike the process involved in flying these days so if flying is the only option I won’t go.
I agree. Flying used to be fun back in the old days, but now it’s nothing but a pain in the posterior.
Nicely put. 🙂
I’m not much for leaving home these days. When I was young…that’s a different story.
It’s been a long time since I have traveled anywhere. To do so now would take a really good reason to leave home.
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