My exercise regimen consists of walking 3 miles a a day every morning or afternoon in this wilderness where the houses are few and far between. There is a little country church down the road with 1 house between our house and the church. I walk past the church, turn around, and walk back to our house to make my 3 miles.
On one particular evening, I spotted something green lying on top of the tall weeds along the roadside. I am a fast walker. I made a quick turn around and went back and there was a 100 dollar bill laying on top of the grass/weeds. It was a crisp, un-folded, no creases in it bill. Of course I swiped it up, looked around, and put it in my pocket. I began breathing harder, thoughts racing through my head "did any one see me?" " is this a counterfeit?" "could there be more?" O course there is no one around for miles, and no sound of any vehicles coming my way. It could well be counterfeit. And hopefully there is a lot more.
Undoubtedly it had to have blown out of a car window as some one was counting their money as they were speeding down the road. I just knew there should be more laying around. I enlarged my walk/search area to over in the ditch, thinking, rather knowing, some bills could have, must have blown a little further over. I even went a little further down each way than my normal walk, trying to find MORE.
It was getting dusk, so I walked on home. I went in the kitchen door and locked it behind me. And began to whisper the story to husband. I didn't know if someone had followed me and I surely didn't want any one else to know where my treasure spot is.
Husband was surprised that I even found one $100 bill. And just told me I was lucky. And there was probably no more laying around. But, this could lead to my new job -- being a money finder.
Just think if I could find one of these every day or even one a week! That would be a pleasureable job to have.