Sunday, May 2, 2010

If I Were A Rich Woman

I just thought it was time for a little "happy" post or tongue in cheek post. Just to clarify, before I get any nasty letters,e-mails, or comments, I would of course donate money to my church and help my family out. This is what I would do with the left overs.
1. I would hire some one to drive me around. I hate to drive. I would rather walk or take public transportation. I wouldn't buy a fancy car either. Just the one I have now will do.
2. I would hire someone to grocery shop, plan and cook the meals for us. Maybe just come in once a week and prepare meals and freeze them for us. Sort of like that Dream Dinners thing.
3. I would hire a wardrobe and hair consultant. Help me plan out an outfit for the day, do my hair, nails and make-up.
4. I would hire a personal assistant to help me with work. Run off papers, correct papers etc.
But after all of this, I would still do the laundry and clean the toilets. I don't mind doing those things.
So, if you were a rich man/woman, what would you do?


Grandma Honey said...

I would never want anyone doing my laundry because I enjoy that. I wouldn't want anyone doing my cooking either because I'm very picky about that. I would love a driver, as long as it was Dennis. I guess I would keep my life pretty much as it is.

See Mom Smile said...

I would have all of those things AND someone to clean my toilets. Then have someone come in and paint my nails and toes every week ;)

Kim said...

Something totally extravagant that I would LOVE to have is my own personal masseuse. I absolute love to have my feet rubbed, but no one in my family likes to do it!


I'm with you on all of that, except I would also have someone do my laundry...I hate doing laundry! There's nothing wrong with those goals, if anyone sends you weird mail for wanting to have these things in your life, they're just in denial, 'cause they want the same thing! :o)

Amy said...

Thank you for your heartfelt comment today. You are an especially selfless Mother. I am in awe of your courage and beauty.

Tina L. Hook said...

This is an easy one: HIRE A MAID.