So I figure that I take the lump sum, as opposed to the payments. I'm not sure how much that would be on the 200 million, because i know it has something to do with the inflation of the dollar over 30 year, blah blah blah. Anyway, so I'd take the lump sum. This is what i would do with it:
- give to Charity. Gotta get that out of the way first. Probably give Melody the rest of the money she needs so she can be fully funded for ministry!
- Get husband a new/new to us car. His has been on the fringe lately.
- Visit our friends and family that we don't get to see often. We miss everyone, but can't afford plane tickets. Lucky for us, we have friends in Greece and other fun parts of the world!
- Put money in an account to take care of family, college, all that they would need.
- Pay off our house, and start looking for a new one. not extravagant. One like this, in a good area of town:
And then I would get these things, because I love them, and they're fun, but would never buy them because I can't see spending as much on them as I do for food for a week/or year:
This would be the first thing I would get. Call, claim my prize, call big chill refrigerators:
Tinker bell flats by Spirocreations. They're amazing: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=7519704
Victoriana Scarflette - Luxurious Knit Wool and Bamboo Collar - CUSTOM COLORS">
The iPhone. Yes, we are too cheap to actually buy them, but oh, how pretty and useful you are!
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Mac Pro. Fast. Would solve all of my slow photo processing needs, i just know it. and I'd need two monitors, of course.
And my Kitchen would look like this (but of course with a big chill refrigerator:
Next: Breast reduction. For sure. Take them all away, please.
So, now that you all officially think that I'm materialistic and vain, tell me what you would get so that I don't feel so bad for wanting so much!!