champagne finance

We had a little celebration the other day. Champagne from a little vintner in France, prosciutto wrapped melon, cardona cheese and crackers, apple slices. Funny how a fine champagne is infinitely better than an average one.

one of life's pleasures

one of life’s pleasures

This was exquisite, one of the best bottles I have ever enjoyed, and of course it tastes better shared, wine always does. But the best fun with champagne is finding value, a bottle that drinks so much better than the cost. It’s like finding treasure.

Finances are a bit like that. Most of us need to choose what we value. Chase everything, and we end up with debt. But if we focus and are willing to delay gratification we can pursue our passions.

May you choose and chase your dreams.


24 Comments on “champagne finance”

  1. Shannon says:

    Wise words!

  2. cabecada says:

    I actually like champagne : )

  3. Thank you, bill! You have so many great thoughts that you share. _Resa

  4. Kristi says:

    I like the way you managed to put all that into beautiful message. Crystal glasses too? You really know how to enjoy life Bill. 🙂

  5. Chatty Owl says:

    Thats one of my guilty pleasures – a glass of good bubbly. And cheese. Smelly.

  6. susank456 says:

    What a wonderful way to put it. It sounds like a great evening.

  7. Eric Alagan says:

    I’m all for delayed gratification, Bill – and I don’t mind a glass of fine champagne too. You’re right, wine always tastes better when shared.

    Have a great week ahead,
    Eric

  8. You’ve probably always been one, but I’m just clueing in on the fact that you are somewhat of a philosopher!

    Champagne gives me an instant headache…but perhaps I’ve never had a bottle of the good stuff.

  9. It sounds so wonderful the food and our dreams!


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