My hubby and I took a drive this weekend to check on our camper in Confluence. It was fine, as I expected. After all, we haven’t had any real snowfall this winter. Mostly it was an excuse to get away for the day.
The drive to Confluence is about two-hours long on mostly two-lane, scenic roads. The trip is as pleasant as the destination. And it tends to spark some interesting conversations, most of which begin with If money were no object…
The rest of the question varies each time we play this game. This trip the question was, If money were no object where would you want to live?
My answer was
After being together for over 30 years, I actually surprised my husband with this one. I think he expected me to say Confluence or Clarion or
Lake Erie. All favorite Pennsylvanian spots
of mine, but come on. IF MONEY WERE NO OBJECT requires thinking BIG.
(Okay, some of you probably think I'm not thinking big enough and should have picked someplace like Paris. But this is MY fantasy and I'm sticking with New Mexico.)
He probably wouldn’t have been too surprised if I’d said
pretty sure I lived there in a previous life because I’ve always been drawn to
that state. In my mind at least. In reality, I’ve never made it farther west
than Wyoming .
Indiana Eastern Indiana.
Anyhow, I figure winters might be kinder in
New Mexico than in .
So now it’s your turn to play. If money were no object, where would you want to live?