Everyone grumbles about the boredom and the bad coffee. Ever thought about the financial hardship?
An emergency trip cost more than I wanted to spend. But you can't put a price on some things.
My mom's family has known hardship, but you never heard these Tennessee women complain.
For example: Both suitcases and meals could be lighter.
My local store is offering a 10% bonus. I'm in, even though I haven't used up last year's card yet.
He'd have shut up if I'd bought him the treat. Here's why I didn't.
It's easy, it's healthy and it's cheap. (But it's not always pretty.)
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