This little bit of greenery represents the money in Bossy’s wallet, where wallet equals the broken zipper compartment of her messenger bag.
The reason Bossy is featuring cash today is because Bossy and her husband stuck themselves on a cash-only diet.
After keeping a log of what the family spent for a couple of weeks, Bossy and her husband discovered a few items they could delete, such as school lunches bought by their daughter and the cafeteria coffee bought by Bossy’s husband and if even one of you mentions Bossy’s liquor store bill she will cease writing for eternity.
Anyway. Then Bossy and her husband assigned themselves a reasonable weekly budget, divided in half, where half equals Bossy’s husband gets hellsa more because he typically stops at the grocery store on his way home.
Bossy believes in cash because she can see cash and she can finger cash in the zippered compartment of her messenger bag, and she knows when the cash is dwindling and it’s easy to see when it’s gone.
This is obviously way better than purchasing things on credit—but Bossy also likes it better than purchasing things on debit, because you can’t finger debit in your zippered compartment, and why all of the sudden is this post heading toward an X rating?
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