What would you do with 100 million dollars? I overheard a couple discussing how they would pay bills, buy a house and maybe take a vacation. Boring, right? I mean, 100 million dollars? You could surely come up with a few things more fun than paying your bills.
I would build a tree house in the middle of downtown that reaches higher than any of the skyscrapers. A pool-slide would wind from my sky-high bedroom down into the lazy river surrounding my tree house. The lazy river would wind through the city and connect with my favorite brunch spot.
Getting the picture? I could wake up Sunday morning, jump on the slide, and then lazy down the stream to brunch. Perhaps sip a mimosa while I float back home.
I was eavesdropping on the 100 million dollar couple while shopping for a get-well card. Per usual, I got distracted by nicknacks and found myself wanting colorful pinwheels, florescent paints, and other items of questionable importance (but guaranteed fun). The worst deterrent, however, was all the Christmas decor — It’s not even Halloween, and here I am looking at holiday cards, stocking stuffers, and make-your-own-ornaments. I was like a kid in candy land: defenseless.
Luckily, I specialize in making things I want for a fraction of the retail cost, and so I took my favorite find of the day, a Christmas calendar, and made it with wooden blocks, spray paint, and stickers.
Die #1: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Die #2: 0, 1, 2, 6, 7, 8
Now, tell me, what would *you* do with a 100 million dollars?