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What do you really want? Do you think that you want too much? How realistic is the idea of acheiving your desires?
-- Dreama (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 13, 1999
I want to be secure and happy. I am both of those right now, to a certain extent, but I suppose I will always want more of both.
My biggest wish right now, like you, is for my husband. He can't seem to find a job that keeps him challenged. That's pretty sad in this day and age.
I think they are both highly realistic. The first will probably take me getting a job, and actually making some close friends in California. The other will be all of my hsuband's doing. I'm just trying to support him as much as I can.
-- Angie (email@example.com), September 15, 1999.
I have no clue, either. I think it's a process, really, not wanting too much or wanting what comes into your life or wanting what you already have -- it's that whole voluntary simplicity thing. I have this philosophical bent.
Where are you at in California, Angie? I can always use new friends. :)
All that aside, though, what I'd really -like- is time to myself, new clothes, a whole lotta books in a house that I own, and an assortment of tea. Anything else is extraneous. :)
-- elizabeth badurina (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 19, 1999.