Have You Ever…

     …wondered what it would be like to life the life of someone you just watched in a movie? What you would do next, if you would do the same things they did.

     …wondered what it would be like to celebrate Christmas in an environment different than the one you are used to? Maybe in a house of the opposite size. Maybe in warm weather if you live where it’s cold and snowy.

     …wondered what you would do if you won the lottery? Would you make yourself be responsible first and always or just piss it all away and be regretful?

     …wondered that if at all possible you could travel in a time machine, just how far back you would go?

     …worried about how your future will turn out with the present economy?

     …worried about your job and what the hell you would do if something happened to it?

     …thought about cutting back on your lifestyle as a cautious move just in case something did happen to your job where you could make it until a new job came around?

     …worried about your kids when they get older and get into the workforce?

     …worry about your kids’ financial position when you get old and are bedridden?

     …want to make sure you have all your loved ones at your side when you are on your deathbed?

     …wondered to yourself if you lived life to the fullest, mainly making your kids happy and teaching them enough to get by in life so when you do die, you can be relaxed enough to know that they will be okay?


4 Responses to “Have You Ever…”

  1. 1 sweetiegirlz December 21, 2008 at 12:47 pm

    I’ve actually celebrated Christmas in Hawaii, and it took some getting used to, as you may assume. Meli kalikimaka. We had a Christmas party on the church rooftop overlooking Pearl harbor, at night, with an 80 degree breeze blowing. Our neighbors had fake reindeer and big santa on their lawn and it seemed so out of place…

    • 2 headslammer December 21, 2008 at 10:35 pm

      That’s weird. I am actually feeling weird reading that, because I can not wrap my mind around the idea of having Christmas in warm climates. It’s just not “natural” I think I am trying to say.

  2. 3 Lida December 21, 2008 at 9:54 pm

    okay, now i’m depressed, thanks!

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