Attitude of Gratitude

6 Sep

Earlier today my 11 year old asked me what ‘class’ we would be considered. I jokingly said ‘I’m HIGH class baby. Not sure about you guys.’ He said ‘no seriously, we’re like upper middle, right?’ I had to break it to my child that even though we live in the lap of luxury in a crappy single wide trailer, that we would be considered low class, in terms of income. He was absolutely incredulous and said ‘but we have everything we want and need.’

Yes we do honey. Yes we do.

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