Quixotic. Q works are hard. I think the one I use most often is question. It’s one of those phrases that I use a million times a day in my job. People tell long elaborate stories and then I ask them….so what is your question? They tell me stories but fail to give me their problem I need to help them solve. I like direct and to the point. I am not a mind reader, please just ask the question or tell me what you are needing assistance with. Maybe I should have written the blog post on the word question. Haha. Anywho, back to quixotic. I decided on this work because it’s fun to say.
Quixotic means unpractical and unrealistic and exceedingly idealistic. This does not describe me at all. I try to live in the practical and realistic world.
But let’s take a minute and think of an unpractical and exceedingly idealistic life I could think of.
This first thing: money! We either wouldn’t need it in my world or I would have so much of it that I didn’t have to worry about it and I wouldn’t have to work. I could spend my days vacationing with my family. My family and I would travel all over the world with my never ending funds of money. I would own a place for all the abandoned cats in my area. I would have a staff to provide them exceedingly good care and the cats would live in cat heaven with all the toys and things to jump on at all times.
I think I would still have my house. I love my house. But I would make all the improvements I have been wanting to do on them whenever I want. I wouldn’t have to budget and plan, because I already have all that money at my finger tips.
So in my quixotic world, I wouldn’t work, I would travel all the time and I would offer a safe haven to all the abandoned cats in the area.
What would you do in your quixotic world?
I am pretty satisfied with my world right now, but it doesn’t hurt to think unpractically at times.