If I won the lottery, and had more money than I could need in a lifetime, I'd buy a condo with a view of Washington DC, there are a couple of buildings in Arlington, near the airport, with spectacular views and the added bonus on planes flying by. And I would buy a farm someplace. I'd have to employ a farm-boy or two, or three. Immagine the fun I'd have interviewing and selecting the farmhands! I'd like a flock of sheep, and a kitchen garden. Fruit trees, and raspberries, blueberries and strawberries. I'd want a large kitchen on the farm. I'd like a nice smoker for meats and sausages. A flock of chickens would be nice.
It helps to have a plan, to have a dream.
This one is unlikely, I don't often buy lottery tickets, I don't like the disappointment of losing, if you don't play, you don't fail. And besides I have a good life - would I really want the burden of more?
Would you really want to burden of more?