The buying of a fish. It’s an ordinary thing, I suppose.
However, I heard it said once that the better we tell our stories, the better we want to live them. And this is an ordinary story that I wanted to tell.
It’s a story about allowance, and saving, and learning to value money. It’s about my boy’s Lego watch and shoes worn out from a whole year of Kindergarten. It’s about brothers and sisters and about caring for a pet.
And I’ll let you figure out what happened there in the middle with the neon green rocks.