|November 15, 2003|
If you could design your perfect lifestyle, what would it look like?
would start out with about 30 hours to each day. There would be no changes
in the time so that it would never get dark earlier at any time in the
year. I would work part time and write
What would it LOOK like? I guess it would look like us living in a gorgeous cabin in Colorado. Some of the features would be just what we have now, though. : )
If wishes were horses then beggars would ride. If turnips were watches, I'd wear one at my side.
Less work, more play.
I kinda like the one I have now. Perhaps a little more income ($5000 per year oughta do it), but the way things are now is just fine.
My perfect lifestyle would be very balanced, including time to work and time to play, time alone and time with loved ones and friends. I'd mix in some travel, lots of books, and a judicious amount of good food and good music.
I would be a writer who lives on a smallish farm with a lot of land - plenty of animals and a guest house for my family. My husband and I would live comfortably without fear of financial problems and we would be able to do the things we enjoy.
thin body, sensitive husband, minding kids, good job, nice car, clean house
I pretty much like the life I have now. Could use a bit more challenge in the work life and a bit more romance in the personal life, but other than that, I count myself as fortunate.
i would tutor students at lunch. call my husband for sweet talk and to make sure his day is going fine. i would finish off the day with afterschool tutoring while my children meet me there to do their homework as well. the girls would be dropped off my bestfriend whose children go to the same school as the girls. the boys would be involved in sports so they would come an hour or so later.
make our way home where i would send them off to the showers and rooms
for studying and finishing up homework or freetime with friends or alone.
later i would spend some time with each of them talking about any and
everything. i would start dinner. my husband would come home with me greeting
him at the door. we would have dinner together as a family. a loving and
extremely close family that is strong enough to deal with and overcome
lifes low points and help others through them as well. loud, laughing,
joking, and playful because everyone is a complete nut. my husband being
the one to calm things down after too long.
children are in their rooms on their way to bed as my husband and i are
also. i feel satisfied, undeserving, blessed, and tired. lying in bed
we have a discussion about where to spend the holidays. no decision is
made but it looks like everyone will be coming to our house since we have
plenty of room.
That's a bizarre questions, but I'd hope that it would be absolutely beautiful.