Thursday, July 14, 2005

Life...

Since I've been on my diet, i've gained 3 pounds. Hmmm...

It's going to be in the hundreds today in Sacramento. I ran in it this morning and at 8:00 am it's already like 85. disGUSTing. I'm not sure why i don't live in alaska. Probably becuase i know i'd have to eat whale and i just dont' think i can do that.

I always dream of where I would live if I won like 30 million dollars. Every day i'm different so how does one choose where to reside? Okay, let's say you only won 5 million, for those of you who will say buy a house every where!

Here are my choices:

Italy/Ireland/Britain or somewhere Europey
Coast of Maine
Lake Tahoe
Portland
Mediterranean

You pick.

and then tell me ONE place you, for sure, would be a home...

19 Comments:

Blogger Pher said...

Somewhere in Chile or Spain...a ranch overlooking any ocean, a kiln so I can make my own tiles...drink port wine, have a young wife and make all kinds of fat babies!

9:30 AM  
Blogger Tanya Kristine said...

Damn...that DOES sound good...

9:33 AM  
Blogger Bahee said...

Hmmm...I would probably stay in the United States and I have to say Littleton, Colorado is one of the most gorgeous places I've lived. My Dad and family live out there and I just might end up with them one day.

9:39 AM  
Blogger Valerie said...

don't do Tahoe. I'm from that area. it's not all it's cracked up to be. Nice to visit, but not to stay.

Mexico. One somewhere on the beach and one somewhere deep in the heart. that's my dream.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Travis said...

Portland. Yeah, I lived there once but I could definately see myself living the rest of my life there.

San Diego. I just love the place. It's clean, beautiful, the weather is to die for.

Greece. Outside of the horrible food, everything I've seen, heard, read about the place has been nothing but positive.

Australia. Sydney to be more specific, mainly cuz, I have to be near a city of some sort, I am a city boy, plus, it's the most americanized area in Australia so this way, I can understand at least 25% of the population there :P.

10:57 AM  
Blogger tabitha jane said...

i'd have a permanent home in portland because i could never say goodbye to this city!

then i'd have a vacation home near tahoe.

and then i'd rent a flat in europe and travel my ass off.

11:49 AM  
Blogger tabitha jane said...

sorry it's so hot up there. my fingers are actually cold right now here in pdx. it is supposed to be in the 80s today, but the cloud cover is still working on burning off. good thing i wore long sleeves . . . can't wait to start sweating in my non-air conditioned office!

11:51 AM  
Blogger Tanya Kristine said...

TAbitha, if you were close i'd kick your shins...ttthhppbht

i love, love, love cold rainy weather. or sunny windy days in the very low 70's...

yeah trav, you should move back to portland. cant' beat that city...

baheeeeeee...colorado is another choice. i also forgot a loft in manhattan or SF...

Valerie...you didnt' like tahoe? is it becuase you hate snow? becuase if that's the case then I'LL LOVE IT!!! But a lovely villa in mexico...quiet, humid, breezy...man - i hate sacto.

12:59 PM  
Blogger grafxdude said...

Hmm...I'd probably stay right where I am, in the beautiful San Fran bay area. Great weather, easy car ride to everywhere (wine country, Tahoe/Reno, Marin, San Diego...etc.) I would, however, purchase a big home (with the latest quake technology) with a big lawn. Oh, I'd buy a nice colonial back in New York for those times that I miss the fall back there.

2:56 PM  
Blogger Jaxe said...

My votes are for Italy, in a quaint little villa oceanside. I've been to Ireland and enjoyed it, but I couldn't live there, the weather is too depressing.

Here, my favorite places are definitely San Francisco (its so fun you don't even notice the crazy weather) and Colorado (the Boulder area is nice!) So those are my 'votes' :-)

3:28 PM  
Blogger Tanya Kristine said...

yeah grfx and jaxe...i LOVE SF. sometimes we'll go and just hang out near the marina, drink a beer, read the paper and check out all the beautiful people and wish we were one of them...

i love it there...

3:38 PM  
Blogger captain_howdy_girl said...

Scotland

3:41 PM  
Blogger tabitha jane said...

i like SF . . . got engaged there . . . but you get asked for money on every block! i'm so broke i can't afford to live in SF and get panhandled all the time. because i can't help but give people money when they ask (if i even have any on me).

but it is a great city full of beautiful people!


if they could move one of the amazing houses in savannah georgia out of the nasty humid yucky weather and up here to the NW, i'd live in it.

4:06 PM  
Blogger Shananigans said...

I’d say go Mediterranean. The men are gorgeous and they appreciate a woman with some meat on her bones.

Ever since I saw those abandoned castle ruins in the French alps I’ve always thought it would be pretty cool to live in one. But I bet it’s really drafty, and probably no electricity or plumbing. Soooo, let’s go with an island bungalow in Palau.

4:59 PM  
Blogger GlitterGlamGirl05 said...

Umm...on the beach somewhere....

What about the horrible food in Greece?

9:23 AM  
Blogger barbieluvsu8181 said...

I know you are gonna think i'm crazy, but I LOVE florida. Even though they have crazy shark attacks and hurricanes I can deal with that just to be able to wake up and smell the ocean.......there's just nothing like it!

9:50 AM  
Blogger Wirthy said...

Don't complain. Here in Arizona, the overnight lows are in the mid to upper-80s.

11:01 AM  
Anonymous Bill said...

I would definitely stay in the Portland area, I already consider it paradise. I would buy a huge place, with plenty of room for all the toys I'd buy, and live it up here in P-town.

1:14 PM  
Blogger tabitha jane said...

tanya. i'm dragging here . . . i don't know how much longer i can take this work week!! i wanna go home!


thanks for listening.

3:57 PM  

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