Day 1639: Money, money, money, money

Money, money, money, money has been on my mind, my mind, my mind, my mind.


Money has been on my mind, more than usual, because of

  • selling AND buying homes this month,
  • getting estimates about remodeling our new home,
  • awareness of how much money affects people’s mental health, and
  • the focus on money in the media.

Yesterday morning, Fabricio helped me with important money, money, money, money transactions at my bank.

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Fabricio’s smile, warmth, helpfulness, and support are money, money, money, money to me.

Any money, money, money, money in my other photos from yesterday?

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The money, money, money, money we’ll spend on remodeling our new home will help Michael keep making meals like that one.  We can’t decide how much $$$$ that’s worth, but we’ll figure it out.

Comments, comments, comments, comments are money, money, money, money to me. And so is gratitude, gratitude, gratitude, gratitude.   Thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks to all who helped me create today’s money post and to you, you, you, you — of course! — for all you’re worth.

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31 thoughts on “Day 1639: Money, money, money, money

  1. If only the world didn’t need so much money money money I could use the little money I have to do more fabulous things.

  2. oh money, money, money, having it helps but doesn’t necessarily make for happiness. Adopting one of those greyhounds might, or eating that delicious meal. https://youtu.be/cpbbuaIA3Ds

  3. Can I hire you as my chef? I can pay you in poetry ha. I wrote one on my blog which I hope you like.

  4. Your photos of Michael’s food could be worth a fortune, Ann, paired with his recipes in a book. Could pay for a kitchen remodel. Just sayin …

  5. So many things to make us happy — and none of them cost an arm and a leg — or any money at all. Like visiting here — though I guess, the electricity to power my laptop, the modem to connect to the internet, my monthly fees to have internet… oh dear…. all this talk of money money money makes me conscious of how privileged I am to have money money money talks!

    LOL — the short story I share on my blog today is all about money too! 🙂 As always, being in sync with you and your delightful thoughts makes me feel wealthy beyond my imaginings!

  6. Money won’t fix everything..but it sure helps. That meal looks delicious! I’m making something like it tomorrow for supper. Yum!

  7. Unless I’m mistaken Michael has made eggplant parmesan, a dish I used to make in college whenever I wanted to impress a date, especially if said date happened to be vegetarian. It’s been a long time since I’ve made it, mainly because it’s so rich, but it was also an economic meal for an impecunious college student. Even then I knew what ABBA says so well: money, money, money must be funny in the rich man’s world.

  8. If the size of your lapels, indicated how much money, money, money, you had, the O’Jays would be swimming in dough. Are you thinking of buying your cats a puppy? I vote for a Michael cook book with your pictures. Makes my mouth water!

  9. Ah yes…the necessary evil…we all need just a little more than we need to survive. And I, too, love the look of that dish. I am happy happy happy I have found you and your blog!

  10. This post was the money shot Ann.

  11. Wow, papardelle 🍝 with asparagus and portobello mushrooms topped with oven-roasted eggplant! 🍆❤️ Lucky girl! ❤️ I love June’s “fearless” message too. 🌞

  12. That looks like a fabulous dinner. Worth much moolah.

  13. There was much that was terrifying in Cabaret. Are we there again?

  14. $uch an intere$ting po$t! ฅ(*$ω$*) ฅ

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