Okay, but prior to that, we both will sign an agreement digitally, so if you won't send me what is stated in that agreement (a PC for example), I could use it in the court of law and add "psychological distress" to the charges of defying the law by defying the agreement.
While the orbit is elliptical, the average distance to the sun is approximately 93 million miles.
So if radius x 2 x Pi = circumference, then one rotation is approximately 584.335 million miles.
Multiply that by 33, and apparently I have, as of today, travelled around 19.283 billion miles. (Not including the rotation of Sol around the galaxy, the mutual orbit of the local group, the orbit of the local group around a larger conglomerate of galaxies further in or their rotation around something unknown in the middle of it all, or the relative expansion of the universe. But it'll do for a rough estimation.)
It's been a tiring journey - so I'm taking the day off work.