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Twelve April, Twenty Twenty-One

Me and spending. It’s complicated.

My parents were Depression Era kids. Grama Remington used to talk about how Daddy and his brothers didn’t have shoes in the summer to save money. What scarred my parents got handed down to us kids. There was a constant, subconscious certainty that there wasn’t enough. Four kids, two baths. Who left that light on? Do you really need to stand there with…