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Dimension and Dream

  “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” ― Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Speaking of change, a big one is coming my way.  My husband and I are buying a condo.  I've lived in apartments since 2010 when I divorced my first husband.  I hate to think of all the money I've lost on rent, money that could have been used to build equity in a house.  At the same time, I have appreciated living in an apartment because the grass is cut, the snow is shoveled, and the maintenance is taken care of.  We've been wanting a condo, but there is a shortage of them in the area we live in.  Finally, one became available, and we fell in love with it.  It will be nice because, like an apartment, the grass is cut, the snow is shoveled, and outdoor maintenance is taken care of by the homeowners' association.  This is important to me because I have MS, and need someone else to take care of the yardwork and outside home maintenance.  My h

Ephemeral Reality

"Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants."  ~Epictetus