Our Money Daydreams: Huge Apartments and Bustling Hometowns
Jane T. writes:
I find a door in my apartment that leads to a new wing of my very expensive, very small Manhattan apartment. Suddenly, my expensive apartment is a total steal, quite large, and big enough to actually stay forever, whereas currently we joke about eventually putting a baby in a closet.
Christine D. writes:
I start a successful environmental retail/manufacturing company and set the headquarters in downtown Buffalo (where I grew up), and then buy an old brick, multi-story office building close by and converting the levels into housing for myself/my family, my parents, and my sister. Buffalo economy is revitalized!
(Apology: I know that the city-of-Buffalo-as-real-life-buffalo thing is a bit facile, but I really wanted to make a block print of a buffalo that I could use in other projects.)