I don't know. I have the spanky new car... I live on a horse ranch... I eat regularly... A luxury?
Ok. Let's define luxury.
- -great comfort: expensive high-quality surroundings, and the great comfort that they provide
- - nonessential item: an item that is desirable but not essential, and often expensive or hard to get
- - pleasurable self-indulgent activity: an activity that gives great pleasure, especially one only rarely indulged in
Hmmmm. That gives me no help.
A great comfort? I would love to have a new pup. I think I would find that comforting. And the price tag is rather large these days for one of those! The latest is a little boy Boston Terrier named Sterling for $1200. Hubby has no idea. He knows I may have found a pup, he DOES NOT KNOW HOW MUCH! So no telling him and getting his fur all fluffed up. I don't even know if I am ready for this adventure as yet... I think he would qualify as a luxury in those terms.
A non-essential item? How about a hot-tub? Oh wait! We have one! Hubby just hasn't made me a "FLAT-SPOT" to install it on! I guess that makes it a non-essential item, doesn't it? It is rapidly becoming a planter in our back yard! (Another one of those "free" items that you hope isn't going to become an eyesore... Ahem. Good luck with that!)
Pleasureable Self-Indulgent Activity? That is relatively easy... I would truly love to make it back to Jamaica for a week's vacation with the Man. We so seldom get to enjoy eachother, it truly feels luxurious when it happens...