I’d wish for a *butt-load of money. So I can buy my dream house and car, and hire a chef (and award my kids college scholarships, etc etc).

I’d wish to have the super power to always know the right thing to say. Especially with my children, so they’ll always know they can trust me, most importantly through the tough teenage years.

I’d wish for everyone on this planet to have more empathy and the ability and desire to see the good in others, and for the hatred in so many hearts could be washed away once we all realize we’re all more alike that we thought. In other words: World peace.

*Buttload = Something like $300 million

 

This was Day 6 of the installment of 30 Things my kids should know about me.


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shelly says:

On the buttload of money…you and me both! 🙂
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Andrea says:

I wished for basically the same thing except my superpower was the ability to teleport.
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I know that boat load a money sounds great. But, could be the worse thing that could happen. I wouldn’t know what to do with all that dough and mad people claiming to be my family members would be trying to hit me up for cash. Maybe if I can have all that money without people knowing…who knows. lol

J says:

Those are awesome wishes! Especially #3. Funny about #2 cause hubby and I were talking about it 2 nights ago and I said I’d like to have Mystic’s powers (from X-men). He asked why and I said I’d like to see what its like to be other people and also to try to figure out why they do the things they do.
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hope says:

“…most importantly through the tough teenage years.” Me too! I wish I knew the right thing to say at all times with K. Even when I think I have it right it somehow goes all wrong! haha!

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