“If only money were no object…”
It’s one of our sayings, though I can’t quite remember now when we started saying it! Essentially, it’s always a prologue to our mentioning some luxury that we would dearly like to indulge in, but which is either impractical, too expensive or both!
I’m not talking about BIG luxuries - houses, cars, yachts and what-not - I’m referring to those small, but highly desirable, pleasures that would immeasurably improve the chances of everyday happiness!
Chief among our desires would be to have a daily supply of fresh towels and bed linen as used to be provided in hotels before they became ecologically-minded and started asking their guests to make do for longer…
“Oh, if only money were no object," we say, "we'd have clean sheets and towles every day!"
I wonder what YOU would choose…?