For example, from the lottery maybe? Yes, the chances of winning are just as likely as being abducted by aliens but if I did, I this were to happen, what would I do with the cash? Winning the lottery is a favorite daydream for a lot of us. If I had a million dollars, I’m guessing I would definitely want more. I would probably try to discover a way to double the million, probably put it up in a bank somewhere for a few years and let it collect some interest.
If not all at least some, maybe half, would go to the bank. It seems that no matter how much money people tend to have, it’s never quite enough. Lots of hands would begin to appear in though this for sure. You turn into a millionaire and all of a sudden dues are owed and old friends you haven’t talk to in years will pop up wanting to be best of friends. It’s funny how people react when one gets ahold of a little cash. I gotta admit though, having a million dollars would be a lot of fun. With my bad money managing skills it probably last a few days.
I’d most likely give at least a a few thousands of it to my grandparent’s church and some to a kids charity. And I’d probably give a little to help the folks I knew in need. But of course this would all happen after I have made sure my family is all set. In my family there aren’t just 3 or 4 of us, there’s MANY. I’d get a few houses in the tropical islands, a couple of new computers, laptops, with walk-in closets in each room. A year long vacation with my whole family somewhere exotic would be nice, too.
My grandfather was a simple man who achieved greatness. He came to America in the late 1800 s with one small suitcase and $2. 00 in his pocket. He was a mere 13 years old. He left behind a family he loved in search of a better way of life for himself and them. Ireland was a deathtrap. The potato famine had taken an enormous toll, hundreds dead from hunger and thousands in the throes of starvation. ...
After my family is all taken care of id divide the remaining money into separate accounts, one for each of my younger siblings. This money would go the each of them to use on college or whatever they decide when their 18 (better be college! ) and I’m sure a few thousand or so on educational benefits for me. If I were older, though, I would certainly need to spend it on my family, on cars and groceries, and all the required expenses of an adult. It hurts my head to think about all the numerous possibilities – and, the problems, of having a million dollars.
I think having a million dollars and spending it moderately wouldn’t be as easy as it seems, and would disappear in a blink of an eye. Yet then again, only God knows. I would think about the money and what worth it had for me. After all, I’d be the one to own the million dollars, and what I do with it would be my choice and no one else’s. If you ask me, I’d like to keep things simple and not think too much about the possibilities. I’d like to think that I’d simply be a million dollars richer! Now, I say you lone me a million, and we’ll see how I do.