Mystery outfit details: Black cap sleeve shift dress with gold hardware and pockets
Model’s own: DKNY black opaque tights (2014); Hermes scarf (birthday gift from Matt, 2007); Goodwill thrifted faux pearl strand (2009); Christian Louboutin Simple 85 pumps (2007); Apple Watch sport (Christmas gift from Matt, 2015)
It's a great problem to have, I know. But trying to figure out what to do with the $1.3 billion that I am going to win tomorrow night has been a real challenge. What's the problem, you ask? The problem is that $1.3 billion is A LOT of money, more money than I will ever need, more money than I can donate or spend in one lifetime. One billion dollars is enough money to guarantee that neither myself nor my children nor their children will ever have to work -- EVER. That's the problem.
You see, it would be easy to allocate a measly $5, $10 or $25 Million dollars: Start a business. Invest in Fresh Crunch. Invest in real estate. Pay off all of our bills. Buy a bigger house inside the beltway. Basic shit, really. But $1.3 billion leaves me no reason to worry about ROI. All that’s left is my TRUTH. Do you feel me? So what the hell will I do with my hands when every feasible practical concern is eliminated from my life tomorrow night?
Lots and lots of flowers.
You’re all invited.