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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Must be nice...

This is a picture of the Aron Spelling Manson up for grabs at a mere $150 million. It got me to thinking that if the person who can afford this estate has that kind of money, then what kind of money do they really have? What would I do if I had $150 million at my disposal?

Though the Manson is absolutely beautiful, I can't help but wonder, why would anyone need that kind of space and expense? Why do folks with money need bigger and better or more of everything? It makes a statement. I'm wealthy, I'm powerful, I've made it in life. Nothing wrong with that. They earned it.

But, if I had $150 million in my pocket, after sharing it with my family I'd buy a small log home on a hilltop somewhere, overlooking mountains and rivers and the untamed beauty untouched by man. Where I could look out a window and see deer grazing and bear pole dancing. Just me and mother nature soaking in the peace and quiet:)

I'm at an age where I'm simplifying my life and downsizing. Keeping it easy and manageable for me. Less stressful and less work.

What would you do with $150 million?

7 comments:

housemouse88 said...

What would I do with $150 million dollars? One pay off all my debts. Two buy a few hundred acres of land where no one else lived. Three build a log house with a barn and several dog houses. We love animals. I would probably give some to family but a limited amount. My family tends to be greedy. I would definitely take some vacations to places I've always wanted to visit starting with Ireland. The list could go on and on. I'll quit for now. Have a great day.

Debbie Wallace said...

I've always wanted to go to Ireland, too! In fact, I've planned the darn trip twice and both times it fell through. Once because of 9/11 and the other because my traveling buddy, my daughter, got pregnant. Some day I'll make it:)

I love animals, too. Have three little felines that run the house! LOL

Michelle said...

Yeah, I would be estatic with a minute fraction of that.....share the weatlth!!!

LuAnn said...

I agree with you, Debbie. A log cabin would be much nicer than a $150 mansion. What would I do with all those rooms? And who the heck would clean it because after paying that much money for a place, I wouldn't be able to afford someone to clean the place!

Kytaira said...

After the tax man got 75 million plus to flitter away, I would buy a better house. It would probably be in Alaska but nothing even close to a mansion. Even though the house wouldn't be big, it would have plenty of land around it, and a housekeeper. I'd give some to our immediate family members. College for my kids, my nieces and nephew. The hubby would want a new better fishing boat. I'd have every book I want.

My donations would be more to specific people than too groups. I think frequently the middle class people with a single financial issue get forgotten. The rich have money to help themselves. The poor get help from the government. The middle class are forgotten about until they are poor.

tia said...

I would use some of the money to visit ancient historical sites around the world (i'm a history lover). I'm not sure though if i would buy land in the country - I would miss the city.

Debbie Wallace said...

We can all dream, huh ladies? Interesting thoughts:)