THE THINGS THAT WEALTHY PEOPLE DO with their money astound me. Some go in for flashy jewelry, rings and Rolex watches and lots of gold. Some spend money on expensive cars, big boats, and houses much bigger than what they need to actually live in. Others hire nannies to care for their children, maids to clean their homes, cooks to make their meals, gardeners to tend their yards, and a variety of other functionaries to perform tasks that most ‘normal' people enjoy or at least willingly do for themselves. Wondering what I might do if I came into lots of money, it wouldn't be any of the above things. In fact, I am compelled to admit, it occurs to me that I am such a cheapskate, I'd have a really hard time spending all that extra moola. My approach to life is so simplified that my list of non-essentials is quite lengthy. I've never been into travel for travel's sake and, especially these days, I wouldn't alter that predisposition, although I realize that some people would see travel as something they'd increase if they could afford it. I could see getting vacation property, perhaps a place in the mountains, or a place on the seashore. But my simple house suits me just fine, and my modest wardrobe, and my non-exclusive neighborhood. “That man is rich,” wrote Thoreau, “whose pleasures are the cheapest.” Amen to that.
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