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Blogtober 2014-Day 1: If I won the lottery

October 1st, like a nice smack to the face. Is 2014 really almost over? How time flies when you're having fun an adult with a full time job, and a home to always vacuum/tidy/pledge, and dogs(hence the constant vacuuming) and a husband/boyfriend/boo/live-in-lover (whatever I call him this week) to look after.

Today, I am thrilled to kick off Blogtober 2014:

The Daily Tay

This opportunity is brought to the blogging world by two super cool cats known as Helene from Helene in Between and Taylor from The Daily Tay. The challenge is that you write for all 31 days of Halloween, er, October.

Sorry, in our house, we already massively decorated for my favoritest holiday in all the land. I love it so much so, that Roni is not speaking to us until November. Why you ask? Well....

Worst.Dog.Parents.Ever

Any how, back to the matter at hand: Blogtober. Day one and the prompt is....If you won the lottery you'd...

Well now. Truly a million dollar question. The irony here is that I NEVER buy lottery tickets, play the lottery, look at the machines at Publix, nada. I have bought scratch-offs ONE time in the 11 years I legally could. For the sake of imagination however, with my new found fortune, I would...

-Definitely be logical...Right after heading to Louboutin's for a new set of hooves. Woof.

-Pay off the student debt I just had to have. That's a given if I come in to any kind of fortune though.

-Invest in Apple stock. Oh and Publix. We're practically keeping the lights on at our neighborhood location already, so why not?

-Go on an extended, relaxing vacation with Hunter

-Take my mom to NYC and Italy

-Buy the dogs some things extra gourmet

-Send nice gifts to all of my family members and friends

-I would also buy a Starbucks location or two. I've always wanted to own a Starbucks.

Other than these few things, I would hoard the winnings. I'd definitely save or invest more than I didn't.

Now, excuse me, I need to google How to Play the Lottery for Dummies. This post has me feeling all kinds of lucky.

Until we meet again, (tomorrow for Blogtober 2014 Day 2, Yay!)
M

Comments

  1. I'm feeling lucky too, thinking about actually buying ticket now, lol.

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  2. I love Publix. They would be an amazing company to invest in.

    -Jackie
    http://ournashvillelife.com/

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    1. Oh yes, so do we! Hunter and I always say we are keeping the lights on at our Publix :) thank you for stopping by :)

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  3. Roni may not speak to you until November, but she is so incredibly adorable that it might just be worth the silent treatment!!! :)

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    1. I so agree, Shanizzle. I'm willing to shame our baby girl for the sake of a good picture!

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